You really have to wonder: if a guy is willing to strangle someone on national TV, what does he do behind closed doors? Well, in the case of former OSU linebacker Robert Reynolds, I guess we just found out:
Tennessee Titans coach Jeff Fisher says he asked Robert Reynolds to leave the team's headquarters today after the third-year linebacker was charged with domestic violence. And Fisher says Reynolds will not play Sunday against the Houston Texans.
Police in Ohio filed misdemeanor charges of domestic violence, assault and criminal damaging against Reynolds for an episode Saturday night at his estranged wife's home in suburban Columbus. A judge will hear motions and set bond Thursday morning. Reynolds, a fifth-round draft pick in 2004, has been playing on special teams. Jennifer Reynolds told police she did not want to press charges and did not sign the charges.
The couple, whose divorce will be final Tuesday, issued a joint statement saying they apologized for an incident they said was blown out of proportion and asked for their privacy.
Speaking of former OSU players arrested for domestic violence...