That Does It: Miami Dolphins Running Back Is Out of a Job

Dolphins Player Mark Walton Waived After Allegedly Hitting Pregnant Woman

Mark Walton released by Dolphins after 'police matter'

Mark Walton, running back for the Miami Dolphins, was cut from the team on Tuesday, November 19, following his arrest for allegedly assaulting a pregnant woman.

According to multiple reports, police in Davie, Fla., charged Walton with aggravated battery of a pregnant person after an incident involving his girlfriend, who is five weeks pregnant and only told Walton about the pregnancy on Sunday. Walton remained in the Broward County Jail, pending a Wednesday hearing that would determine his bond status. The attack reportedly left the victim with a swollen left eye. "We will have no further comment at this time".

"The conduct of our players is very important, and Mark has done everything we have asked of him both on and off the field since signing with the Dolphins", coach Brian Flores said at the time.

Cops say Walton - a 4th round draft pick out of the Univ. of Miami - was speeding and weaving through traffic in the Miami area when he came to an abrupt stop in the front yard of somebody's home.

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Walton has not commented publicly on his latest arrest and his agent did not immediately return a request for comment from ESPN.

Walton has rushed for 201 yards on 53 carries for the Dolphins this season. The Dolphins have released troubled running back Mark Walton, saying he had been involved in an unspecified police matter. The league allowed Walton to be at the team facility and attend meetings during his suspension without pay.

The Cincinnati Bengals selected Walton, who played at the University of Miami, in the fourth round of the 2018 NFL Draft. A Miami-Dade judge, less than one month after Walton agreed to the plea deal, vacated the probation. Other charges, including marijuana possession and reckless driving, were dismissed.

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