Former Dolphins safety Louis Delmas learned the hard way how to keep quiet during testing time.
Delmas, 29, was the passenger in a car being driven by his friend, Andry Madrigal, early Monday morning in Miami, Florida. After Miami-Dade cops pulled over Madrigal for going 76 mph in a 40-mph zone, Delmas couldn’t help but run his mouth at officers — all while his buddy was busy failing a field sobriety test.
Delmas, who is currently an NFL free agent, was arrested for resisting arrest without violence and a municipal ordinance violation, according to The Miami Herald.
Madrigal was arrested for DUI after his breath sample measured over twice the legal .08 limit at 0.164, an officer said. Madrigal was also booked for driving with a suspended license.
The officer said Delmas ignored repeated requests to stop shouting during the test, which gave the cop no choice but to arrest Delmas, too.
Delmas, a Florida native, spent his first five NFL seasons with the Lions after being drafted by Detroit in the second round in 2009.
After completing his first injury-free season in 2013, Delmas signed with the Dolphins before the 2014 campaign. He suffered a torn knee ligament after 13 games that ended his season with Miami, and then reinjured the knee during training camp in 2015, ending his NFL career.