Former LSU star Jarvis Landry under investigation for battery, Dolphins coach confirms

Jarvis Landry

Former LSU star Jarvis Landry under investigation for battery, Dolphins coach confirms

Dolphins coach Adam Gase said Monday that team is aware of the investigation.

A decision on possible charges is not expected this week.

The incident apparently occurred earlier this year in Fort Lauderdale, between Landry and his girlfriend.

In a statement released through her publicist on Monday, Estrella Cerqueira said she and Landry had a "vocal disagreement" in March that never turned physical.

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Landry also has an open paternity court case with Cerqueira, which her attorney describes as "very civil", according to Slater.

Cerqueira said that she did not call police, but that someone else did.

Dolphins owner Steve Ross has discussed placing the franchise tag on Landry after this season, which would commit $16 million to Miami's slot receiver and prevent him from becoming an unrestricted free agent.

This is now an opportunity for the Miami Dolphins to continue to hold off on extending the contract of Jarvis Landry.

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He has 288 career receptions for 3,051 yards for the Dolphins.

Whatever "steps" Gase and the Dolphins have taken didn't preclude Landry's taking the field for practice on Monday.

Entering his fourth year as a pro after being selected in the second round out of LSU in 2014, Landry has been one of the most prolific receivers in the league since then.

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