Former Cincinnati Bengals running back Mark Walton, who was drafted in the fourth-round of the 2018 NFL Draft, couldn’t stay out of trouble. He was arrested three times within a year and released.
Walton’s last arrest before his release came after he led police on a high speed chase, was tased and was in the possession of weed and a carbine rifle. TMZ Sports obtained the video from the wild incident:
Cops say Walton — a 4th-round draft pick last year out of the Univ. of Miami — was speeding and weaving through traffic in the Miami area when he came to an abrupt stop in the front yard of somebody’s home.
You can see in the video what happens next … cops order the running back to the ground — but he gets up and runs away.
While the officers are chasing him — they hit him with a taser … but he pulls out the prongs and keeps going!!!
Considering the fact that Walton is still not on an NFL roster, we can assume that the three arrests weren’t worth it. Not everyone gets a shot at playing football professionally and if you take it for granted, it can all be gone.
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