Raiders' Nate Hobbs Cited For Reportedly Driving 110 MPH, 2 Weeks After DUI Arrest

More trouble for Nate Hobbs — the Raiders rookie was busted for reportedly driving well over the speed limit on Sunday … just 2 weeks after he was arrested for DUI.

TMZ Sports has confirmed … the 22-year-old cornerback was cited for reckless driving on Jan. 16. According to 8 News Now, Nevada State Police Highway Patrol clocked him driving 110 miles per hour in a 65.

Hobbs was issued a citation … and his car was reportedly towed from the scene.

We broke the story — Hobbs was arrested for DUI around 4 AM on Jan. 3 … just hours after the Raiders’ road win over the Indianapolis Colts.

Cops say they found Hobbs passed out in his car in the exit ramp of a parking garage … and claim he smelled like booze and had “glassy watery eyes.”

Hobbs was arrested after cops claim he did not do well on field sobriety tests, but his attorneys released a statement saying there were serious concerns it did not qualify as a DUI under Nevada law based on the facts relayed by Vegas police.

Hobbs’ recent run-ins with the law is obviously not the first time this Raiders team has allegedly acted reckless in a vehicle — Henry Ruggs is accused of getting drunk, speeding in his car and then killing a woman and her dog in a wreck in Las Vegas in November.

Story developing …

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