Kendrick Starling, a former NFL player and a lifelong Marshall resident, turned himself into the Marshall Police Department on Wednesday for the offense of continuous sexual abuse of a child.
Starling, 41, had a warrant out for his arrest for the offense, a first degree felony, according to MPD communication officer Lt. Len Ames. According to the jail records, the alleged victim was younger than age 14.
Starling graduated from Marshall High School in 1999, when he went on to play college football.
After college, Starling was drafted as a free agent to the Houston Texans, and then played for both the Seattle Seahawks and the New Orleans Saints practice squads.
His bond was set at $100,000 for the alleged crime.