Kelvin Jospeh can officially move on with his life without the threat of being tied to a grizzly murder.
The Dallas Cowboys cornerback has been cleared in a local murder investigation stemming from a March drive-by shooting. Joseph was not involved in the shooting and was found to be “truthful and forthcoming” during the investigation, according to Mickey Spagnola.
The 22-year-old could be seen on video inside a bar that appeared to show a group containing Joseph engaging in an altercation with a group containing Cameron Ray.
Shortly after that altercation, another video showed an SUV driving by Ray’s group, at which point gunshots were fired from the vehicle, striking Ray as he walked through a parking lot.
Per Charles Robinson of Yahoo, the NFL is still monitoring Joseph’s cooperation with the Dallas police department, despite him never being arrested or charged.
Joseph was a second-round pick out of Kentucky for the Cowboys in the 2021 NFL draft. He finished his rookie year with 16 total tackles (13 solo) along with two passes defended.