Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Tandon Doss was apparently back in his hometown Wednesday, and getting into trouble – a recurring theme amongst young NFL players these days. (Time to implement a new talking point at the league’s rookie symposium entitles ‘staying out of your hometown as much as you can!’)
Doss, 24, was arrested Wednesday afternoon in Indianapolis for disorderly conduct, according to IMPD Sgt. Kendale Adams, reports Justin L. Mack of the IndyStar.
Details of the incident weren’t given, but it doesn’t matter because (lucky for Doss) there won’t be any charges filed, Adams said.
Doss played college football for Indiana where he was named to the All-Big Ten First Team two years in a row. He was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in 2011. Just last month, he signed a two-year deal with the Jaguars.