Chiefs defensive lineman Roy Miller was arrested in Jacksonville and charged with domestic battery.
Miller spent the first four years of his career with the Buccaneers before signing with the Jacksonville Jaguars in March 2013. His next is set for November 28 at 9 a.m.
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While no information has been officially released about the victim, Action News Jax reporter Kaitlyn Chana tweeted that the victim was Miller's wife.
Miller was jailed shortly before 5 a.m. because of a domestic incident that resulted in a minor injury according to Duval County and Jacksonville, Fla. authorities, via The Associated Press.
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No one from the Chiefs or the National Football League has issued any sort of a statement, since it's simply too early to tell what the ramifications will be, but this is the sort of incident that certainly puts his ability to play in jeopardy, including whether or not Miller will be with the team going forward.
"This morning we were informed about an incident involving one of our players, Roy Miller", the Chiefs said in a statement. They declined any further comment. He torn his right Achilles tendon last October, ending his season on injured reserve.
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Miller has played in seven games with the Chiefs this season, registering six tackles.