Jah Reid, a reserve lineman for the Baltimore Ravens, was arrested for misdemeanor battery in Key West, Florida, according to the Baltimore Sun.
Reid, 25, and another man, Benjamin Buxton, got into a fight with several other people at the Red Garter Saloon, where they were described as the aggressors in a confrontation that included security personnel at the adult entertainment venue, according to Key West police department public information officer Alyson Crean.
According to an arrest affidavit obtained by The Baltimore Sun, security footage viewed by the arresting officer shows Reid being accidentally bumped into by Edmond Mussa, which triggered an argument.
Reid then allegedly charged Mussa and head-butted him, followed by the NFL player punching the man and causing him to fall to the ground, according to the affidavit. Reid allegedly began kicking Mussa once he was on the ground.
When security guard David Smith intervened, police said Reid punched Smith in the face.
Police said Buxton then began punching Mussa. The confrontation was eventually broken up with Buxton being Tased by a security guard. Crean said Reid wasn’t Tased.
It has not been a good offseason for Baltimore Ravens’ players as they have already seen their starting running back Ray Rice arrested for domestic violence and possibly more.