NFL has first arrest-free month in six years: report BY Justin Tasch NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Tuesday, December 1, 2015, 12:51 PM Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman's Oct. 15 hit-and-run bust is last known arrest of NFL player. No NFL players were arrested during November, which marks the league’s first arrest-free month in more than six years. It was believed that September was the league’s first arrest-free month since July 2009, but a late-September arrest which came to light in early October spoiled it — and it’s possible an arrest is made public from November as well. The news was shared in a blog post by Mike Rosenberg on the website, The Comeback. BROWNS DEMOTE MANZIEL AFTER PARTYING VIDEO SURFACES View Gallery Athletes in trouble with the law Titans rookie wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham was arrested on Sept. 30 because of a previously unpaid speeding ticket, according to The Tennessean. Green-Beckham was pulled over for driving 65 miles per hour in a 55-mph zone and was arrested after an outstanding warrant was discovered. Green-Beckham paid $92.48 to settle the ticket and was released. The nature of that arrest pales in comparison to many others throughout the league, such as Jets defensive end Sheldon Richardson’s July arrest for allegedly driving 143 mph and resisting arrest with a gun and a 12-year-old in the car. But it was an arrest nonetheless. Rosenberg's reporting is based on analysis of arrest databases kept by media outlets including USA Today and the San Diego Union-Tribune. FOLLOW THE DAILY NEWS SPORTS ON FACEBOOK. "LIKE" US HERE. O’Fallon Police Department Jets defensive star Sheldon Richardson is booked by cops in Missouri on charges of resisting arrest and traffic violations for driving 143 mph on July 14. Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman’s Oct. 15 arrest for an alleged hit-and-run is the last known player arrest. Tuesday marks 47 days since that arrest, the longest arrest-free streak in the NFL since a 63-day run which ended in September 2004, according to the report. Former Cowboys running back Joseph Randle was arrested last week outside of a Kansas casino for reportedly refusing to leave the casino and getting involved in a scuffle with law enforcement. Randle is not an active player and wasn’t at the time.