Former Giants huge receiver Travis Rudolph arrested on homicide cost after Florida capturing
Former New York Giants huge receiver Travis Rudolph is going through a first-degree homicide cost after police say he was concerned in a deadly capturing in Florida early Wednesday morning.
Rudolph, 25, was charged with one rely of first-degree homicide with a firearm and tried first-degree homicide after one individual was discovered lifeless following a capturing in Lake Park, the Palm Seashore County Sheriff’s workplace mentioned in a launch.
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The sufferer was discovered lifeless in West Palm Seashore and one other sufferer was taken to an space hospital. Police say the capturing came about shortly after midnight.
The previous FSU wideout signed with the Giants as an undrafted free agent in 2017. He performed in seven video games, making eight receptions for 101 yards and no touchdowns. He was waived the next season however signed with the Miami Dolphins earlier than being sidelined with a torn ACL.
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Police data indicated on Wednesday that Rudolph had not but been launched.
He’s additionally being charged for capturing at two individuals who weren’t injured, The New York Submit reported, citing legislation enforcement.
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Rudolph isn’t broadly recognized for his NFL profession however in 2016 he went viral when he had lunch with a sixth-grader with autism who was consuming alone.