Pittsburgh police arrested the second of three suspects in the South Side stabbing of Steelers offensive tackle Mike Adams after he led officers on a foot chase through Hazelwood before surrendering.
Detectives are still seeking a third man.
Dquay Means, 26, of Hazelwood, was arraigned this morning on charges of attempted homicide, aggravated assault, conspiracy and other crimes in connection with the stabbing Sunday on East Carson Street before dawn.

His arrest came hours after police arrested another man, Michael Paranay, 25, of Hazelwood, on similar charges in connection with the stabbing.

Pittsburgh police wrote in a criminal complaint that Mr. Adams left Cambod-Ican Kitchen at 17th and East Carson streets shortly before 3 a.m. on Sunday when three men approached him. He said Mr. Paranay told him his black Ford F-150 Raptor was a nice truck and Mr. Means said "Gimme your car."
Mr. Adams told Mr. Means, "You aren't gonna shoot me on the street in front of people."
Mr. Means responded, "I want your car or I'll shoot you in the face and kill you in front of everyone," according to the complaint.
Mr. Adams told police Mr. Paranay then punched him in the face and another man -- who has not yet been arrested -- stabbed him in the abdomen and slashed his right forearm.
Mr. Adams was taken to UPMC Mercy, where he underwent two surgeries to repair the stab wound, which was so deep it cut part of his colon.
Homicide detectives tied Mr. Paranay to the crime after they analyzed a phone that was dropped at the crime scene.