Packer defensive lineman Johnny Jolly will face a jury trial May 21st in Texas stemming from his arrest for possession of codeine in July of 2008.
For months, Jolly has seen his court dates delayed while both sides built their cases. Jolly is accused of possessing 200-grams of codeine and could face up to 20-years in prison on the charges though unlikely considering his clean record.
Jolly is entering his 5th NFL season in 2010, all with the Packers. In 2009 he started all 16-games and recorded 39-tackles and forced a fumble.