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A fourth-round pick of the Cincinnati Bengals back in 2018, running back Mark Walton found his career cut short after a third arrest within a calendar year.

Back in April, Walton was eventually apprehended by police in Miami for carrying a concealed weapon, marijuana possession, and reckless driving. It followed a high-speed persuit that ended in a residential neighborhood.

While Walton escaped the cops, he turned himself in a short while later. TMZ Sports has now obtained a video of the incident, and it’s rather absurd.

After being ordered to the ground by authorities at the scene, Walton got up and ran away. Almost immediately, he was tased by the cops.

Despite this, the former Miami (F) running back was able to escape before eventually turning himself in.

Walton was almost immediately released by the Bengals following this most-recent incident. We now fully understand why.

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