Former Cincinnati Bengals and Miami Dolphins running back Mark Walton will not find himself on the field any time soon.
More importantly for the former Miami (F) star, his freedom has been taken from him once again.
The troubled back was arrested for the fifth time over the past two years after cops in Florida say he was involved in an incident with the mother of his child.
Walton, 22, was apprehended by authorities after he failed to follow a protective order that the woman had against him.
“Opa-locka police said Thursday morning, around 3:30 a.m., they were called to a residence in the 3200 block of 132ns Terrace regarding a domestic dispute,” a local CBS News affiliate in Miami reported.
Walton was released by the Dolphins about midway through the 2019 campaign after another incident with the unnamed woman. Before that, he was shown on video being tased after attempting to flee police.
It’s rather obvious that Walton has some major issues going on outside of the football world.
At this point, the larger concern has to be the wellbeing of Walton’s child and the woman he’s now been involved in multiple incidents with.