While attending a rap concert back in his home state of Louisiana, Faulk was searched by a law enforcement official who found "a couple of grams" of the illegal substance rolled up in cigars.
"It's a large venue in town where events are held throughout the year," Capt. John Babin of the Lafayette Metro Narcotics Task Force told The Boston Globe, "and based on the type of event and whether we would think there would be a narcotics presence we would work it undercover. Kevin just happened to have marijuana."
A court date has been scheduled for Faulk in March.
Back here in New England, as you've probably already seen here on patriots.com, the team has released veteran LB Rosevelt Colvin. Second-year LB Oscar Lua, a seventh-round pick in last year's draft, was also let go Tuesday.
The Boston Herald goes into further detail about how these moves will affect the Pats heading into free agency, which starts this Friday.
And from the sidelines of Gillette Stadium to the pages of Sports Illustrated, a Pats cheerleader has made the big-time.
New Hampshire native Meghan White was one of several NFL cheerleaders chosen to grace the pages of SI's annual swimsuit issue.
"It was a great experience," White said in a story in Foster's Daily Democrat. "There's a lot of work that goes into it, and you just have to put your trust in your editors that they pick the right picture."