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Disturbing images as NFL Player Donte Fowler was caught on video watching two women fight.

Via Bleacher Report

After missing his entire rookie season due to injury,Jacksonville Jaguars pass-rusher Dante Fowler Jr. is back in the headlines Tuesday for his involvement in an altercation between two women he has reportedly been linked to.

According to TMZ Sports, a woman believed to be Fowler’s girlfriendengaged in a wild brawl at a Florida apartment with the mother of his child, and the former University of Florida star saw it occur:


Police said they weren’t called to the scene, and no charges were filed by any of the involved parties.


“These are disturbing images, and we will review the matter,” the NFLsaid, via TMZ’s Mike Babcock.

Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union provided the Jaguars’ statement:

Dante brought the incident to our attention prior to the video being released and was embarrassed and remorseful. Violence of this type against others is unacceptable in our society and to our organization. We will continue to look into the incident while offering resources and providing support to Dante and his family to help them through this matter.

O’Halloran also provided a statement from Fowler about the incident:

I am embarrassed and have apologized for my actions to all involved. As a family, we have been dealing with this moment and the conflict that led to it since it occurred. The video surfacing is a sad reminder that emotions got the best of all of us. I take 100 percent responsibility for everything that happened.

In the video, which is reportedly from Feb. 1, Fowler appears to step back in anticipation of the fight before finally breaking it up.

The 2015 No. 3 overall NFL draft pick is recovering from a torn ACL suffered last May that prevented him from seeing a single snap during the 2015 campaign.

When asked about his condition in December, Fowler vowed to do everything possible during the offseason to get ready for the start of the 2016 season, via O’Halloran: “I’ll be here the whole offseason with the strength coaches and trainers getting right and getting after it. I still haven’t seen the light. Whenever the doctors clear me, that’s when I’ll see it. Until then, I’m doing everything I can to get it stronger.”

The Jags took some significant steps forward offensively in 2015 due to the development of quarterback Blake Bortles but ranked just 24th in total defense and 31st in points allowed.

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