Report: Ex-NFL QB Max Hall faces cocaine, shoplifting allegations

Max Hall was once the QB of the future for the Cardinals.

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Former Arizona Cardinals quarterback Max Hall has apparently found himself in legal trouble.

The Arizona Republic reports that Hall was arrested in Gilbert, Ariz., on Aug. 29 on suspicion of shoplifting and narcotics possession. Police were called to a Best Buy around 11:30 a.m., where they found Hall in possession of "several stolen items from Best Buy and a nearby Walmart," according to a department spokesman.

Officers also found a "personal quantity of cocaine." Hall was eventually released following his arrest.

Hall signed with the Cardinals on a free-agent deal back in 2010 after not being selected in the 2010 NFL Draft. He started two games for the team that season, before eventually being released in August of 2011. He spent a year out of football, then played a season in the CFL in 2013.