NFL player Louis Murphy Jr. was arrested in Gainesville, Fla. on April 3 for having Viagra in his possession, according to reports.

Gainesville.com reports that Murphy, a third-year receiver for the Oakland Raiders was arrested around midnight Sunday after Gainesville Police Officer Thomas Harrison noticed the 23-year-old’s Cadillac Escalade truck at 100 SW First St., with his music playing loud. Officer Harrison told Gainseville.com that he then instructed Murphy to pull over, but the pro athlete kept driving to a nearby parking lot, where he and his passengers got out of the truck and proceeded to walk away.

The officer was eventually able to stop Murphy and his friends from walking off, but apparently Murphy refused to show his ID card and resisted when Harrison tried to place him in handcuffs. Harrison said it took help from two other officers before he was able to handcuff the 6-foot-2-inch, 180-pound speedster out of the University of Florida.

When police searched Murphy’s vehicle, they found a non-labeled prescription bottle containing 11 individual pills later identified as Viagra,” according to police report. Harrison said Murphy did not have a prescription to present to police and told them that he took the label off the bottle “because he did not want his girlfriend to know he had a prescription for it,” according to Gainesville.com.

This marked the second time in five years that Murphy, the son of a pastor, has been arrested in Gainesville. He was charged in 2006 for possessing 20 grams or less of marijuana, but took a plea deal that only required the Fla. native to complete 12 1/2 hours of community service or pay a fine of $125.

Murphy, who helped Florida University win a National Title in 2007, recorded just 41 receptions and 2 touchdowns for the Raiders last season.