Former NFL safety Darren Sharper has turned himself in to Los Angeles police after being named in a warrant for rape charges by the New Orleans police.
The former all pro safety had previously arranged to surrender to the LAPD on Thursday night, according to LAPD Officer Bruce Borihan.
Erik Nunez, 26, the other man facing rape charges in the case turned himself into New Orleans police on Friday and was on booked two counts of aggravated rape stemming from alleged assaults last September in New Orleans, police said.
Sharper also is under investigation in sexual assault cases in Florida, Nevada and Arizona and has pleaded not guilty to all rape charges he faces.
In the New Orleans case, Sharper and Nunez face charges in the alleged rape of two women at the same location Sept. 23, police spokeswoman Remi Braden said.
The New Orleans District Attorney obtained the warrants for Sharper and Nunez. Each faces two counts of aggravated rape, Remi Braden, a police department spokeswoman, said in a news release.
If Sharper is convicted in the California case, he could face more than 30 years in state prison. If convicted of aggravated rape in Louisiana, both Sharper and Nunez would face life in prison.
Darren Sharper was a former all pro safety that played 14 seasons in the NFL. He was a five time Pro Bowl selection and played in two Super Bowls. Sharper was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in 1997, he also played for the Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints.
Former safety retired after the 2010 season and was working for the NFL Network before the alleged rape charges. The NFL network has suspended the analyst indefinitely without pay.
Former NFL Safety Darren Sharper Turns Himself Into the LAPD For Rape Charges.
The Associated Press contributed to this story.