This year’s NFL fantasy prison draft [SLIDESHOW]

It’s the NFL offseason, but many of the players are still hitting the headlines and hitting them hard.

A whopping 27 players have been arrested, and in light of Aaron Hernandaz’s recent arrest, The Daily Caller has complied a fantasy draft list.

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  • Honorable Mention: Ronnell Lewis from the Detroit Lions was arrested for getting in a bar fight in Oklahoma.
  • 10. And the top pick is Aaron Hernandez. The former New England Patriots tight end was arrested and charged with the murder of a semi-pro football player.
  • 9. Jason Peters from the Philadelphia Eagles was arrested for street racing, but not before leading police on a high-speed chase. Probably just trying to show everyone how fast his car was.
  • 8. Cleveland Browns star Ausar Walcott was arrested on charges of attempted murder after punching a man outside a club in New Jersey. He must hit really really hard.
  • 7. Titus Young, a free agent, was arrested on suspicion of DUI. Wait, it gets better! He was arrested again on the same day for trying to steal his own car from the tow yard.
  • 6. Friends stick together. New York Jets buddies Cliff Harris and Claude Davis were arrested for marijuana possession in New Jersey.
  • 5. Quentin Groves of the Cleveland Browns was arrested in April for solicitation in a prostitution sting in Ohio.
  • 4. Amari Spievey from the Detroit Lions took a page out of Chris Brown's book. The NFL star was arrested for third-degree assault in an alleged domestic violence incident involving his girlfriend in Connecticut.
  • 3. Chicago Bears fullback Evan Rodriguez got arrested for resisting an officer in Miami without violence, and then for DUI, speeding and "improper lane usage." He must be one smooth talker.
  • 2. Cody Grimm from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was arrested not once but twice for public intoxication.FOR THE LOVE OF GOD OPEN YOUR EYES MAN!
  • 1. New York Giants lineback Michael Boley was arrested for child abuse in Alabama.