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Report: Jets Rookie WR Quincy Enunwa Arrested For Domestic Violence

 

Earlier today, TMZ reported that Jets sixth-round pick WR Quincy Enunwa was arrested Sunday for his involvement in a fight at a New Jersey hotel.

The report didn’t say anything about the victim, only that Enunwa had been arrested and the alleged victim suffered minor injuries, but didn’t need to be taken to the hospital.

According to the New York Post, Enunwa’s arrest was for allegedly “roughing up a woman.”

Enunwa is accused of “grabbing the victim by her ankle and pulling her off a bed causing her to strike and injure both her head and finger.

The Jets wound up releasing Enunwa shortly after his arrest, but later signed him to their practice squad on Tuesday.

Last week, the NFL updated their Domestic Violence policy, which now punishes first-time offenders with a six-game suspension and a second offense could result in a lifetime ban.

During his senior season at Nebraska, Enunwa totaled 51 receptions for 753 yards receiving and 12 touchdowns. He posted a very solid forty time of 4.45 at this year’s Scouting Combine and offers decent size at 6-foot-2.