LeGarrette Blount is a man who is known for his running style and punching ability. It’s well documented from his days back in college.
The former running back is making headlines this week after video surfaced showing him being held back as he throws punches during a at a youth football game.
TMZ Sports obtained video of the altercation happening following the conclusion of a 12-year-old-and-under game in Gilbert, Arizona.
Blount was coaching the GCYFC Gators against the Chandler Elite Bears. During the postgame handshake, Blount took exception to what somebody said to him. All hell broke loose as people tried to hold him back.
The verbal altercation grew more and more heated as Blount eventually got a chance to throw some punches toward a man in a white shirt.
More via TMZ:
“Cops tell us they were called to the scene shortly after 7 PM “in relation to multiple reports of adults fighting during a youth football game.”
We’re told, though, the fight had concluded by the time officers arrived. No injuries were reported.
Police say they are investigating the incident and have described Blount as “an involved party.”
During his NFL career, Blount won three Super Bowl titles while rushing for 56 touchdowns in 132 games.