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The NFL is researching potential temporary venues that could host a team or teams in Los Angeles for the 2016 season. According to the Los Angeles Times, the league on Thursday began issuing proposal requests to multiple venues in Southern California — among them the Los Angeles Coliseum and Rose Bowl — with the intent of securing a temporary home in the event of a return to the market. – – Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston, attending a youth clinic at the Cleveland Browns’ facility, plans to be himself and wouldn’t compare his off-field issues with what happened during Johnny Manziel’s disastrous rookie season.
BEREA, Ohio (AP) — Buccaneers rookie quarterback Jameis Winston knows he'll never escape scrutiny following multiple off-field incidents in college, but he's trying to ''be a better person'' as he embarks on his NFL career.
(Reuters) – National Football League Hall of Fame defensive tackle Warren Sapp was charged in Las Vegas on Thursday with three counts of domestic abuse, according to court records, just months after his arrest for soliciting a prostitute. The misdemeanor domestic battery charges were filed against Sapp in Las Vegas Justice Court and a summons was issued in lieu of his arrest, according to the court’s website. The Clark County District Attorney’s Office told the Las Vegas Sun newspaper the charges stemmed from an April 28 fight between Sapp and his girlfriend of five years, Chalyce Moore.
Authorities in Las Vegas have charged Hall of Fame defensive lineman Warren Sapp with biting his girlfriend, throwing her to the ground and stepping on her head in an April incident that began at the M Resort in Henderson, Nevada. The criminal complaint filed Thursday in Las Vegas Justice Court charges Sapp with three domestic battery misdemeanors that carry up to 18 months in jail if he’s convicted. The accusation is the latest charge against Sapp, who was arrested Feb. 2 in Phoenix for assaulting and soliciting a prostitute during Super Bowl weekend.
Warren Sapp is not having a good year. Sapp, the former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Oakland Raiders defensive tackle who is in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, was reportedly arrested for the second time this year, and this time he was charged with three counts of battery constituting domestic violence. He is accused of biting his girlfriend’s finger and stepping on her head, among other things. TMZ Sports broke that story on Thursday . A search of the Clark County court records showed that Warren Sapp was charged with three counts of domestic battery on Thursday. Sapp was arrested in February for soliciting a prostitute. He was fired from the NFL Network after that. Sapp reached a plea deal in that case in which he had to complete two classes, at which point court records indicated the misdemeanor charges would be dropped, the AP reported . According to TMZ, which cites the police report, the domestic violence incident happened in Las Vegas on April 28. Sapp and his longtime girlfriend argued at the M Resort and Sapp threw a margarita in her face, the report said. The couple left to her condo, and Sapp is accused of biting her middle finger after his girlfriend asked that he get out of the car, according to TMZ’s report. Sapp got out of the car, but eventually got back in and they ended up at his girlfriend’s condo. According to TMZ, at the condo Sapp threw a belt at his girlfriend, she threw it back at him, and she ended up on the floor. That’s when the alleged victim claimed Sapp stepped on her face wearing white Jordan sandals. According to TMZ’s story, she had bruises on her lower lip, shoulders, legs, and a bruise on one of her temples with a checkerboard imprint on it. Sapp’s girlfriend also told investigators she might have suffered a concussion, TMZ said. Sapp’s initial appearance in court is scheduled for July 23, according to the Clark County courts site. – – – – – – – Frank Schwab is the editor of Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow him on Twitter! Follow @YahooSchwab