NFL reviewing Andy Moeller's DUI

OWINGS MILLS -- The NFL is reviewing Baltimore Ravens assistant offensive line coach Andy Moeller's driving under the influence arrest under the personal conduct policy, according to league spokesman Greg Aiello. Moeller was arrested for early Saturday morning and is facing seven traffic charges.

Moeller was pulled over for speeding 70 mph in a 55 mph zone in Baltimore County at nearly 1 a.m. Saturday morning.

He also was charged with negligent driving and failure to display a registration card. "We're aware of the situation," Ravens senior vice president of public and community relations Kevin Byrne said.

Andrew Alperstein, the Maryland attorney who represents Moeller, said that no court date has been assigned yet.

"We look forward to taking this case to court," Alperstein said. "We plan to enter a not guilty plea. We'll go through the legal process." On May 14, Moeller was arrested for allegedly driving under the influence and negligent driving. He received a judgment of acquittal on Aug. 25 in Carroll County district court after it was determined that he wasn't driving the car and was parked, according to court records. When Moeller was coaching at the University of Michigan, he was arrested on Dec. 8, 2007 for refusing to take a breathalyzer exam following a traffic incident. Moeller was taken to the hospital where blood was drawn. The case was resolved by him paying a $185 fine at the Ann Arbor district court in January of 2008.

Moeller coached for eight years at Michigan after playing linebacker there for four seasons. He was an All-Big Ten Conference selection, leading the team in tackles. Moeller is the son of former Michigan head coach Gary Moeller. Moeller and Ravens coach John Harbaugh both attended Pioneer High in Ann Arbor.

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