Jarvis Landry open and honest about investigation of domestic incident

The Broward State Attorney’s office has confirmed Jarvis Landry is at the center of allegations brought forth by the Fort Lauderdale Police Department for a domestic incident.

On Monday, coach Adam Gase acknowledged that Pro Bowl wide receiver was being investigated for a domestic incident. Gase refrained from delving into the matter but said the team was taking the proper steps and doing everything they are supposed to do.

The incident in question took place April 1 at 10:15 p.m. The incident report states that Landry used his hands, fist, feet and teeth.

Landry’s girlfriend, Estrella Cerqueira, release a statement Monday avowing that she was not physically harmed and that she did not call the police.

Landry has been very forthcoming with his team and law enforcement and he’s looking to continue focusing on making his team better daily.

“I’ve been very upfront with the team,” Landry said. “I’ve been very upfront with the law enforcement. I’m here at training camp to help my guys get better. I don’t want any bad attention on me, this organization [coach] Adam [Gase], nobody. And I don’t believe that this is the place for it or the time for it.”

“I put it in their [law enforcement’s] hands. That’s all I have to say about it.”

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