Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith — who started three games for Seattle this season — was arrested early Monday morning on suspicion of DUI in Washington … TMZ Sports has confirmed.
A spokesperson for the Washington State Patrol tells us … Smith was pulled over at around 2 AM in King County — just hours after the Seahawks returned home from beating the Cardinals in Arizona on Sunday.
According to law enforcement, Smith was initially stopped for speeding … and was booked into the King County Jail a short time later.
Records show he was released after about seven hours in custody.
Further details surrounding the arrest are unclear … we’re working on it.
Smith played in a total of four games this season while Russell Wilson was out with a finger injury. He recorded a 1-2 record and logged 702 passing yards and five TDs.
The former 2nd-round pick is slated to be a free agent this offseason.