Found April 11, 2013 on BlackSportsOnline:
Najeh Davenport could never quite get his life together. He is more known for defecating into a Ex-Girlfriend’s laundry basket, inside her dorm room. than anything he did on the field. He is in trouble with the law again. Miami-Dade police arrested a former Miami Hurricanes running back outside Jackson Memorial Hospital after he led officers on a chase. Detectives saw a vehicle matching one involved in a robbery, police say. The driver fled when detectives tried stopping him. When the driver stopped at Jackson Memorial Hospital, he tried running away, but was apprehended by officers. Davenport played seven seasons in the NFL, where he rushed 1,819 and scored 13 touchdowns.
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