Former Buccaneers offensive lineman Cosey Coleman was arrested Monday and charged with battery and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
According to Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times, both charges are felony counts, and started with an incident on January 11 in which Coleman was accused of punching a man and knocking him down. In the incident report, according to the Tampa Bay Times, it claims Coleman was escorted out of Ducky’s, a bar in Tampa, after the encounter and proceeded to get a handgun before being stopped by security.
The Tampa Bay Times noted that Coleman, who was arrested two prior times for battery in 2002 and 2008, was released from custody after posting $15,000 bond.
A second round draft pick out of Tennessee in 2000, Coleman played five seasons in Tampa Bay and was a part of the 2002 championship team. He played his final two seasons in Cleveland (2005-2006), appearing in 100 games with 92 starts for his career.
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You know that Tampa is trying to stay away from players like coleman today.
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