The report mentions that an officer responded to a “an unknown disturbance” in a Walmart parking lot during the early morning of July 11. There were multiple vehicles registered to Bryant were at the scene, but Bryant later arrived in a separate car.
Upon further investigation, “it was determined that there was no offense” and “all parties were advised they were free to go.”
According to Pro Football Talk, Police were called because a woman was being dragged across the pavement. That woman told police she wasn’t assaulted in any way.
Last year, Rapoport reported that police were called to Bryant’s home in DeSoto, Texas on six separate occasions dating back to 2011. However, no of the incidents resulted in an arrest.
Rapoport says this is one of the reasons why the Cowboys were concerned about signing Bryant to a huge contract.
- Lance Zierlein of NFL.com expects Cowboys free agent OT Jermey Parnell to be a “highly targeted” free agent this offseason.
- According to Mike Garafolo, there was a lot of talk at the Combine that Parnell will have plenty of interest from NFL teams.
- Jamison Hensley of ESPN lists DE Chris Canty, OL Gino Gradkowski, and LB Albert McClellan as potential cap casualties for the Ravens this offseason. Doing so would free up $5.234 million in cap space.
- Hensley also suggests reworking the contract of CB Lardarius Webb, which would net them another $3 million cap space,
- Another option for Baltimore is to sign DT Haloti Ngata and G Marshal Yanda to a contract extensions.
Free agent QB Ryan Mallett says he would like to re-sign with the Texans.
“I’d like to come back,” Mallett said, via the Houston Chronicle. “Hopefully, we can get something worked out.”