Donte' Stallworth detained in fatal accident

Former Eagles receiver Donte' Stallworth is being questioned by police following the death of a pedestrian who was struck and killed Saturday morning in Miami Beach, the Miami Herald reports.

The accident happened at 7:17 this morning while Stallworth was driving eastbound on the McArthur Causeway, police said.

The victim has been identified by police as 59-year-old Mario Reyes, believed to have worked at a nearby construction site, according to WFOR-CBS4.

Stallworth was driving a black Bentley, a police source told the Herald. A severely damaged Bentley without its passenger side mirror was towed into the police parking lot this afternoon.

According to the Herald, police said Stallworth is cooperating with the investigation. No charges have been filed.

Blood was drawn at the scene to determine if Stallworth was drinking. Police routinely draw blood after fatal accidents.

Stallworth came to the Eagles at the start of the 2006 season in a trade with New Orleans for linebacker Mark Simoneau. He spent one year with the Birds before signing as a free agent with New England. He agreed to a 7-year, $35 million deal with Cleveland before the 2008 season.