Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back LeGarrette Blount maintains he "didn't do anything wrong" in a September incident in which a man alleged he was the "leader" of an assault.
According to a Tampa police report, Gary Holmer, 34, was driving a Toyota pickup in a parking garage on Sept 11 when he ran into a mirror of a Ford Expedition, next to Blount and two other men. Holmer alleged Blount later directed the two other men to attack him. Blount, 25, was not charged in the incident, nor was he accused of any direct violence. The case has been closed.
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Blount, speaking in front of nearly a dozen reporters in the Bucs lockerroom Wednesday, said he's moved on from the incident and says it's not a distraction.
"In my mind, I didn't do anything wrong at all," Blount said. "I cooperated with the cops when they came, I waited for two hours, two and a half hours for the cops to come. I cooperated with them then, and I had nothing do with the whole altercation. I di...