Former LSU Tigers star Early Doucet looked to have a promising NFL career after being selected in the 3rd round in the 2008 Draft by the Arizona Cardinals.
He would finish the 2011 season with 54 receptions, 689 yards and five touchdowns, all career highs, in his fourth NFL season. By March 2013, he would be released by the team, signed by the Seahawks by cut five days later with a “failure to disclose physical condition” tag.
He would never have another shot in the league after that.
Doucet was issued an temporary restraining order in November after allegations of abusing his wife for the second time according to TMZ.
TMZ Sports has obtained court docs filed in Louisiana which show the 33-year-old was ordered to stay at least 100 yards away from the alleged victim and her 2 children after an incident in which Doucet allegedly attacked the woman and smashed up their home.
The accuser told officials Doucet physically assaulted her in early November — causing bloody injuries to her face and chest. She also claims Doucet smashed holes in the door and walls.
The judge set a follow-up hearing for December where both sides could tell their side of the story — but no word yet on if the judge has extended the restraining order.
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