The Dolphins have released troubled running back Mark Walton, saying he had been involved in an unspecified police matter.
According to ESPN, the alleged incident occurred after an argument between Walton and the woman in Davie, Florida at around 4:15am on Tuesday. Walton remained in the Broward County Jail, pending a Wednesday hearing that would determine his bond status.
A police report noted that the woman had visible bruises on her face when they arrived.
That's according to Davie police, who charged him with aggravated battery of a pregnant person. "We will have no further comment at this time".
Walton is now serving a 4-game suspension for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy stemming from 3 arrests that all went down earlier this year. The Dolphins took a chance bringing the local talent from Miami University in.
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A message to Walton's agent for a response was not immediately returned. The Bengals waived Walton after he was arrested three times during the 2019 off-season.
The former University of Miami star was a fourth-round draft pick of the Cincinnati Bengals past year, but he was waived in April after a series of off-the-field transgressions.
Mark Walton, seen here before a September game, is no longer a Miami Dolphin, the team says. The league allowed Walton to be at the team facility and attend meetings during his suspension without pay.
Walton also pleaded guilty to resisting arrest and reckless driving and had a misdemeanor marijuana charge dismissed from that March arrest.
In August, Walton agreed to close his three cases by accepting a term of six months of "administrative" probation, which meant he did not have to report to a probation officer. A Miami-Dade judge, less than one month after Walton agreed to the plea deal, vacated the probation.