Former Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle is having a bad November.
Randle was released by the Cowboys earlier this month, and now, not only is he unemployed, he also finds himself with a little bit of legal trouble (or should I say more legal trouble.)
According to USA TODAY Sports, Randle was cuffed and stuffed outside a Kansas casino on Tuesday night. Fred Waller, an enforcement agent and spokesman for the Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission, says Randle “caused a ruckus” at the blackjack table and was told to leave.
“Security and our agents tried to escort him out, but he refused to leave,” Waller said. “A scuffle ensued and several agents were needed to get him under control before he was arrested and transported to jail.”
“Randle has been charged with criminal threats, a felony. (Waller said Randle made verbal threats to one of the agents.) Randle also faces misdemeanor counts of assault on a law enforcement officer, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.”
No word yet on whether Jerry Jones will pay his $25,000 bond and sign him to a new contract.