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09/07 12:18 Lions: Assistant arrested for driving nude

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Lions defensive line coach Joe Cullen was arrested twice in the last two weeks. First, he was charged with drunk driving. Then, in a separate incident, he was charged with indecent and obscene conduct when police found him driving nude, according to Thursday's Detroit Free Press. Cullen was on the practice field with the team on Wednesday.

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Must have been a hot day and he was just trying to cool off!

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What, there's no stairwells in the D?

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And this just in..............

DEARBORN, Mich. -- Detroit Lions assistant coach Joe Cullen, who was arrested twice in the past two weeks, has reportedly been suspended for one game.

He will not coach this week against the Seahawks, The Detroit Free Press and The Detroit News reported Friday.

Police in the Detroit suburb of Dearborn said Cullen, who coaches the team's defensive line, was pulled over Aug. 24 and ticketed on suspicion of indecent and obscene conduct.

The ticket does not provide any other information why Cullen allegedly was nude. The Lions said alcohol was involved.

Then, on Sept. 1, police stopped his 2006 Ford Explorer and determined he had a blood-alcohol content of 0.12 percent, court records show. The legal limit for drivers in Michigan in 0.08 percent.

Cullen, who lives in Dearborn, posted bond in both misdemeanor cases and was coaching at Wednesday's practice.

The 38-year-old, who was hired from the University of Illinois, issued a statement Wednesday to apologize.

"I would like to apologize to the Deroit Lions organization, our fans, my family and friends for any embarrassment these incidents have caused," he said. "These incidents represent a mistake in judgment on my part. I deeply regret them and have learned a valuable lesson. It won't happen again."

Lions president Matt Millen said in a statement that Cullen has requested treatment.

"We are obviously very disappointed," the statement said. "These are very serious matters that will be handled sternly and appropriately by our organization."

Cullen was scheduled to appear next week in 19th District Court for both cases.

Cullen was fired from the University of Mississippi in 2005 after an alcohol-related arrest at a restaurant.

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