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Woman defends Dolphins' Landry in battery case

Woman defends Dolphins' Landry in battery case

The receivers of Miami Dolphins Jarvis Landry is now the subject of an investigation and could possibly face charges of assault.

On Monday, more bad news followed as star wide receiver Jarvis Landry has an open investigation that involves a battery complaint from earlier in the year.

Officials say Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry is being investigated for possible domestic battery. The latter did not, however, wanted to cooperate with law enforcement authorities.

"Fort Lauderdale police have presented to the State Attorney's office their investigation of an allegation against Mr. Landry", State Attorney's office spokesman Ron Ishoy said in a statement Monday. She filed a paternity suit against Landry in April in Broward County court. "Beyond that, we have nothing to add".

This will be another shake up in the Miami Dolphins' locker room. After the season, Landry was named to the AFC Pro Bowl team for the second straight year.

This is yet another troubling case of potential domestic violence in the NFL. Jarvis Landry is the key person on the offense, that starts the ignition for the team. So this could cause another riff in the momentum of the Dolphins for the 2017 season.

Dolphins head coach responded to a query saying, "we're aware of it". We now wait to see what happens.

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