Joseph Randle Arrested Outside Kansas Casino

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MULVANE, KS -- For as much flack as the Cowboys have received this season for rostering bad apples, it looks like they deserve a round of applause for getting rid of at least one bad seed. We're talking about former Cowboys running back Joseph Randle who's had yet another run-in with the law.

This time, cops were called to the Kansas Star Casino in Mulvane, Kansas. Randle was arrested late Tuesday night after an altercation with security officers.

A gaming agent says Randle had already been asked to leave after causing concerns on the casino floor. Randle was booked on suspicion of criminal threat, assault of a law enforcement officer, battery, disorderly conduct, criminal trespass and interference with a law enforcement officer.

This news comes the day after another eternal bad boy, Johnny Manziel, was benched by the Browns after video surfaced of him partying in Austin during his bye week. With his relationship with the Browns perhaps damaged beyond repair, there's now speculation about whether the back-up challenged Cowboys might take a risk on the party animal.

But with Dallas dodging a bullet with the casino confrontation, they just might pass on taking another gamble.


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