PHILADELPHIA - Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Josh Huff was arrested early Tuesday morning, according to a published report.
Huff was in possession of marijuana and a gun when he was arrested for alleged speeding, Philadelphia’s CBS 3 reported. Huff was stopped on the Walt Whitman Bridge, which connects Philadelphia with Camden County, N.J.
"We are aware of the incident today involving Josh Huff,” Eagles spokesperson Derek Boyko said in a statement provided to USA TODAY Sports. “At this point, we are gathering more information."
Messages left with the Camden County Prosecutor’s office were not immediately returned.
Huff was a third-round pick in 2014 and one of former Eagles coach Chip Kelly's players at Oregon. Huff is a Houston native and played high school ball at Nimitz High School.
He has 13 catches for 72 yards and a receiving touchdown so far this season. He also returned a kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown in the Eagles' 21-10 win over the Minnesota Vikings in Week 7.