Miami Dolphins running back Mark Walton was released by the team on Tuesday after he was arrested on a charge of aggravated battery of a pregnant woman. She had just told him Sunday she was five weeks pregnant with their child, police say.
Police in the Fort Lauderdale suburb of Davie said in a report that officers went to a home at 4:15 a.m. Tuesday, where Walton's girlfriend told them he had pushed her against the wall and punched her several times in the face and head, leaving her with a swollen left eye. Walton was arrested and taken to Broward County Jail.
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A police report noted that the woman had visible bruises on her face when they arrived.
The end of Walton's relationship with the Dolphins comes in the midst of a four-game suspension for Walton, who was suspended earlier this month after officials found him in violation of the league's policy regarding substance abuse due to three previous arrests, according to the NFL.
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A message to Walton's agent for a response was not immediately returned.
Walton has rushed for 201 yards on 53 carries for the Dolphins this season. Off-field issues past year led to his release from the Cincinnati Bengals.
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The Dolphins wasted no time releasing the running back and General Manager Chris Grier issued a statement regarding the release and incident. Walton's attorney, Michael Gottlieb, said in August that his client had his most significant charge of felony for carrying a concealed weapon from his March arrest reduced to a second-degree misdemeanor open-carry charge after pleading no contest. Walton also had to attend driving school after the reckless-driving plea.