Former Houston Texans fullback Jameel Cook will not be charged with possession of marijuana by the Fort Bend County District Attorney’s office. Cook was arrested in August after a routine traffic stop in Sugar Land when a Fort Bend County patrol officer found marijuana in his car.Cook’s attorney, Chip Lewis, said then Cook did not know the marijuana was in his car. Cook agreed to take a polygraph test at his attorney’s request and passed it. “Based upon the evidence that we have from the officer, and based upon the polygraph exam result of which was administered by an officer employed by the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s office, we believe there is insufficient evidence to show that Jameel Cook knowingly possessed the marijuana found in his car by the Fort Bend County patrol officer,” said John Healey, Fort Bend County District Attorney in an interview with FOX 26Sports.”Not only that, we don’t think he knew marijuana was in his car. We declined to file charges of possession of marijuana.”Cook’s attorney is not surprised at the decision rendered by Fort Bend County.”Mr. Cook agreed to submit to a polygraph test at the law enforcement’s administration,” Lewis said. “He passed it. He also took the drug test that I asked for him, that I provided to the Fort Bend County D.A.’s office. Based on all of that material, I think they made a very informed, considered, and professional decision not to accept charges.”Healey did state that Cook was ticketed for driving with an invalid license, failure to maintain insurance, no front license plate, expired registration and expired inspection sticker.Cook is a free agent after being released by the Texans six days after he was arrested.