I'll never understand this shit motherfuckers get paid millions of dollars and fuck up there careers over the dumbest fucking shit. Jaguars Receiver Arrested On Weapons Charges Palatka High Graduate Hired By Jaguars In 2006 POSTED: 11:14 am EDT March 12, 2007 E-mail this story | Print this story TAMPA, Fla. -- Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Charles D. Sharon was charged with stealing a handgun that police found under the seat of his sport utility vehicle during a drug-related search, officials said. Sharon, 23, was arrested at about 10:45 p.m. Saturday along with a companion after a Tampa police officer noticed the odor of marijuana coming from his 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe parked in the Ybor City entertainment district, a police report said. A search of the vehicle turned up a Glock Model 27 handgun under the driver's seat that had been reported stolen from a Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agent in Putnam County last year, the report said. Police spokeswoman Lisa Parashis said Monday it was unclear how Sharon got the agent's gun. sponsor Sharon, who is from Palatka and now lives in Jacksonville, was charged with grand theft of a firearm and carrying a concealed firearm, both felonies. Jebidiah S. Crawford, 21, was charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana after an officer found less than an ounce of it in a Jaguars duffel bag in Sharon's vehicle. Sharon was released at about 11 a.m. Sunday after paying $4,000 bond, jail records showed. Jaguars spokesman Dan Edwards said the team had no comment on the arrest. Sharon's agent, Fletcher Smith, did not immediately return a phone message left at his office. No attorney information for Sharon was available. Sharon was All-State at Palatka High School before attending Bowling Green State University in Ohio, where he became the all-time leader receiving yards and touchdowns. He was hired by the Jaguars a rookie in 2006. He was signed to the active roster on Nov. 22, but did not play. It was the fourth arrest since the beginning of last season for the Jaguars. Offensive tackle Khalif Barnes was arrested on drunken driving charges in November, and in October defensive end Bobby McCray was arrested for reckless driving and possession of a controlled painkiller, although the drug charges later were dropped. In September, cornerback Brian Williams pleaded no contest to drunken-driving charges.