They Let Alvin Kamara Play Pro Bowl Before Felony Battery Arrest

NFL officials were informed Alvin Kamara was a suspect in a felony battery case by Las Vegas Metro PD prior to the Pro Bowl, but cops and the league allowed the Saints star to still play in the game … law enforcement sources tell TMZ Sports.

We’re told NFL security was notified several hours before kickoff that police were looking for the 26-year-old running back, but the parties essentially came to an agreement that Kamara would be allowed to play in the game, and cooperate with authorities afterward.

“We got in touch with NFL security about 10 o’clock in the morning and let them know that [Kamara] was a suspect in the case and they located him and he was already on the field,” Assistant Sheriff John McGrath told the Nevada Current.

He continued … “So they contacted him and he agreed to meet with us after the game. And so that’s just the way we did it since he was cooperating.”

Dawg says: another ok for me but not thee story.


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