Former Warren Harding, University of Michigan, and NFL standout Mario Manningham spent the long Thanksgiving holiday weekend in the Trumbull County Jail.

Warren Police arrested the 33-year-old Manningham on Wednesday on a warrant for failing to appear in before a Warren Municipal Court Judge.

Manningham is accused of driving with a suspended license back in May. The court ordered Manningham to forfeit his license in a child support case.

After playing football for the Raiders, the wide receiver played for Michigan, the San Francisco 49rs, and was with the New York Giants when they won Super Bowl XLVI against the New England Patriots.

Manningham was arraigned Monday morning before Judge Terry Ivanchek, who set bond at $5,000. 

He has since posted bond. 

Manningham's attorney tells 21 News paperwork is already being processed to get Manningham's license reinstated and he is working to resolve the child support matter in about 60 days. 

"We have partially resolved the matter to the extent, the child support agency has issued a reinstatement of my client's license and released their hold," said Attorney Curt Bogen.