TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Rainy weather is slowing down investigators probing a fire that burned the Alabama mansion of Dallas Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain.
Investigators were back at the scene of the fire at Lake Tuscaloosa on Wednesday, but a spokesman says rain is making the search for clues more difficult.
The Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office and the State Fire Marshal's Office are trying to determine what caused a fire that gutted McClain's home north of Tuscaloosa.
The house was on the market with a price of $1.5 million when it burned.
Authorities say a witness reported seeing a speeding car leaving the area around the time the blaze began Monday night. A sheriff's spokesman says suspicions were also raised because the house was high-priced and vacant.
McClain lived there during the offseason.