Former Miami Dolphins wide receiver Mark Duper was arrested in Jacksonville on Wednesday and charged with child abuse.
According to the arrest report, Duper allegedly punched, body slammed and choked a teenage boy who was playing video games at Duper's home.
What started the argument and alleged fight is unclear.
Hugh Green, another former Dolphins player who was visiting the house with his children, broke up the fight that left the teen with cuts on his face and arms, according to the report. The boy also reportedly lost consciousness a couple of times during the scuffle.
Duper played from the Dolphins from 1982-1992, catching 511 passes for 8,869 yards and 59 touchdowns. He was inducted into the Dolphins Honor Roll in 2003.
In 1996, Duper was acquitted on charges of buying cocaine with intent to sell.