Former NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb was arrested for DUI last month in Arizona after hitting another vehicle at a traffic light, according to a police statement released Tuesday.

McNabb was arrested just before midnight on June 28 by police in Gilbert, Arizona, after rear-ending the other car, which was stopped at the traffic light.

It marks the second time in less than two years that McNabb has been arrested on DUI charges.

The statement from the Gilbert police did not specify whether McNabb took a field sobriety test and did not state what his blood-alcohol level was.

McNabb, 38, was taken to a holding facility before being cited and released, according to the police statement. The six-time Pro Bowler also served a one-day jail sentence last year following a 2013 arrest for misdemeanor DUI in Arizona.