Cowboys LB Wilson Arrested For Aggravated Assault With Deadly Weapon

by Olga Hunt July 6, 2017, 0:28
Cowboys LB Wilson Arrested For Aggravated Assault With Deadly Weapon

After being booked into the Frisco detention center, Wilson was released on $10,000 bail for each of two counts. Major League Soccer's FC Dallas played Tuesday night at the stadium in Frisco, a suburb north of Dallas that's also home to the Cowboys' practice facility.

It's unclear of what led to Wilson's arrest, and the case is still under investigation. According to the department, Wilson was picked up after in incident in Toyota Stadium's parking lot during the city of Frisco's Freedom Fest.

Fox 4 in Dallas obtained a copy of Wilson's mugshot.

Wilson is the second Dallas defender to be arrested this offseason.

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Wilson's agent said Wilson has no comment at this time.

Wilson has been with the team for the past couple of years. Last season, he had 23 solo tackles and seven assisted tackles across 16 games, including five starts. Wilson played sparingly in the Cowboys' playoff loss to Green Bay, accounting for just one tackle.

The 24-year-old made headlines last July when he missed the beginning of training camp after being hit in the eye by a paintball.


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