Looks like the Dallas Cowboys have yet another controversy on their hand that will more than likely lead to another suspension.
Last week, Cowboys defensive lineman and team captain Tyrone Crawford was involved in a wild brawl at a Florida bar and in the midst of that fight, he reportedly shoved two police officers, according to TMZ Sports.
The fight reportedly took place at the Coyote Ugly Saloon on March 15th and involved nearly a dozen people.
“Cops raced to the scene … and witnessed 8 to 10 people still fighting outside, this according to the police report obtained by TMZ Sports.
The report does not mention Crawford by name, but we’ve spoken with witnesses who are adamant Crawford was a key player in the incident.
At one point, Crawford — 6’4″, 285 pounds — bull rushed his way through two cops and aggressively put his hands on TWO officers who were in the process of handcuffing one of the alleged combatants.
Multiple cops swarmed Crawford and restrained him — while pushing him away from the arrest scene.”
Police restrained Crawford, who was not arrested.
The 29-year-old started 15 games and racked up 5.5 sacks for the Cowboys in 2018. Neither his camp or the Cowboys have yet to release a statement on the incident.
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