Dallas Cowboys cornerback Kelvin Joseph is reportedly not facing charges in relation to a fatal shooting outside a bar in Dallas last month.
After investigators finally spoke with him, two suspects were arrested Friday in connection with the murder of Cameron Ray on March 18.
28-year-old Aries Jones and 21-year-old Tivione English were the suspects taken into custody:
No charges have been filed against the 22-year-old defensive back.
In the surveillance video of the incident released, two groups of men appeared to get into a fight. That led to a black SUV pulling up with a man from one of the groups firing shots at the other group. Cameron Ray was hit, and taken to a hospital where he later died.
The Cowboys and the NFL both said they were aware of the shooting, and the NFL said in a statement that it was “under review of the league’s personal conduct policy.”
The Cowboys selected Joseph with the No. 44 overall pick in the second round of the 2021 NFL draft.
As a rookie, Joseph appeared in 10 games and made two starts, registering 16 tackles, two passes defended, one fumble recovery, and no interceptions.