Dolphins receiver Jarvis Landry under investigation for alleged domestic battery

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Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry is now under investigation by police for battery after an incident with his girlfriend, Dolphins coach Adam Gase told the media.

Gase refused to offer any further comment but said that the possible legal issues are not related as to why the Dolphins and the wide receiver have not reached a contract extension.

Teeth, feet, hands, and fist were listed as weapons in the alleged incident. "It involves Landry's girlfriend", Slater reports. The latter did not, however, wanted to cooperate with law enforcement authorities.

A spokesman for the Broward County State Attorney's office said Monday in an email the allegations were under review and no decision has been made on whether Landry will be charged.

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"The parties are involved in what has been a very civil family court case", her attorney said.

Landry has an open paternity court case with his girlfriend in Broward. Jarvis Landry is the key person on the offense, that starts the ignition for the team.

Since the Dolphins made him a second round National Football League draft pick in 2014, Landry has led the Dolphins in receiving each National Football League season. He has 3,051 receiving yards and 13 touchdowns in three seasons at Miami, including consecutive 1,000-yard seasons in 2015 and '16.