ATLANTA -- Authorities say Arizona Cardinals linebacker John Abraham was arrested on a drunken driving charge a month ago in the Atlanta area.<br />
Abraham has been absent from the team's training camp since Friday.<br />
DeKalb County Jail records show that the 36-year-old was taken into custody June 29 and released the same day.<br />
The records show Abraham was charged with driving under the influence involving alcohol, as well as stopping, standing or parking in a prohibited place.<br />
Records from the jail do not indicate whether the case had been resolved as of Tuesday, nor do they list an attorney for Abraham.<br />
The Cardinals have said only that Abraham has been absent from camp for personal reasons.<br />
Abraham has also played for the Atlanta Falcons and New York Jets.
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