New England Patriots linebacker Elandon Roberts accused Texas authorities of harassment Thursday stemming from\u00a0a March traffic stop\u00a0in front of his house.USA Today obtained dashcam footage of Roberts\u2019 incident with the Fort Bend Sheriff\u2019s Department outside his Richmond home on March 10. Roberts was pulled over and got out of his vehicle with his hands up and told the deputy, \u201cThis is my house,\u201d according to the newspaper.NEW ORLEANS SAINTS ROOKIE CARL GRANDERSON GETS JAIL TIME FOR SEXUAL BATTERYDeputy Adam Watkins reportedly told Roberts to take back into his vehicle and called for backup over a \u201cbig black man\u201d who \u201cwouldn\u2019t comply\u201d with his commands. Roberts didn\u2019t argue with Watkins during the traffic stop and asked to talk to Watkins during the heat of the moment, according to USA Today.Roberts was told he was only stopped for a basic speeding violation but not until nine minutes into the ordeal.\u201cUnfortunately, these types of things are happening all too often to African Americans,\u201d the two-time Super Bowl champ told USA Today in a statement. \u201cPeople are becoming desensitized to them. Being harassed in your own yard simply because you are a 'big black man\u2019 should never become the norm. To the person being harassed, it is frightening, disrespectful and embarrassing.\u201d\n New England Patriots linebacker Elandon Roberts says he was harassed during a traffic stop in Texas. (Photo by Fred Kfoury III\/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)\n TENNESSEE TITANS COACH MIKE VRABEL REVEALS HORRIFYING DEAL HE'D MAKE TO WIN ANOTHER SUPER BOWLHe added: \u201cI have no interest in any financial gain from releasing this story. My only hope is that these types of bias-based traffic stops can end and that, perhaps, other black drivers might see how to deescalate a threatening situation.\u201dRoberts reportedly filed a harassment complaint 10 days after the incident. In the complaint, he reportedly wrote he \u201cfelt so harassed I couldn\u2019t even remember where my insurance paper was in my car.\u201dThe Fort Bend County Sheriff\u2019s Department\u2019s internal affairs division wrote on May 20 that Roberts\u2019 complaint wasn\u2019t substantiated, the paper reported.Roberts\u2019 attorney, Jeannine Hovell-Cox, told USA Today she requested that country\u2019s district attorney open up an investigation. Brian M. Middleton replied, saying Roberts was directed to contact internal affairs.CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPThe Patriots selected Roberts in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft. In three seasons with the Patriots, he played in 44 games, recorded 177 total tackles and three sacks.He won Super Bowls with the team in 2016 and 2018.