Baltimore County police are reportedly wanting into an alleged home assault incident involving Ravens rookie wide receiver Zay Flowers, per the Baltimore Banner.
The outlet’s report provides that the police department in Acton, Massachusetts, can be concerned within the investigation into an incident that occurred within the Owings Mills space of Baltimore on Jan. 21.
Baltimore County police acknowledged the investigation into Flowers after being made conscious of the alleged assault, per the Baltimore Banner.
With the investigation nonetheless ongoing, each police departments declined to touch upon the matter to the Baltimore Banner.
The Baltimore County police and Acton police didn’t reply a Fox Information Digital request for touch upon the incident. Flowers’ agent, Zac Hiller, additionally didn’t reply to a request for remark.
“We’re conscious of the report concerning Zay Flowers,” the Ravens mentioned in an announcement to Fox Information Digital. “We take these issues significantly and may have no additional remark presently.”
Flowers has not been charged with a criminal offense, per the Baltimore Banner.
Flowers, the Ravens’ first-round decide in 2023, performed within the AFC Championship Sport in opposition to the Kansas City Chiefs in Baltimore on Jan. 28, one week after police obtained the alleged home violence report.
The Boston Faculty product is coming off a record-setting rookie marketing campaign for the Ravens, serving to them earn the No. 1 seed within the AFC for the playoffs.
Flowers totaled 77 catches and 858 receiving yards, each of which rewrote the rookie report books for the franchise. He additionally had six touchdowns in 16 video games.
Quarterback Lamar Jackson, the 2023 NFL MVP front-runner, incessantly focused Flowers, particularly within the two playoff video games they performed. Flowers had 9 catches for 156 yards with a landing.
Nevertheless, it will’ve been two touchdowns if he may’ve held on after a diving try to cross the objective line in opposition to the Chiefs within the AFC title sport. As an alternative, the ball was punched out by a Chiefs defender and dominated a touchback after the fumble went out of bounds in the long run zone.
It was a expensive turnover that finally led to a 17-10 loss to the Chiefs, who will play in Tremendous Bowl LVIII on Sunday.