Breaking: Former Colt, Ray Small pleads guilty to drug trafficking


Former Ohio State wide receiver and Indianapolis Colts practice squad member Ray Small pleaded guilty this morning in Columbus, Ohio to three drug trafficking charges.

According to the Columbus Dispatch, Small was indicted last July, after police searched his apartment and found heroin and pills.

Sentencing for Small will be April 3, where he could face up to four years in prison. He is also facing drug trafficking charges in another county in Ohio.

Small was on the Colts practice squad for a brief stint in the 2011 season. He played at Ohio State from 2006-2009, and was one of the players involved in the infamous football memorabilia scandal.

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