Found December 06, 2011 on thepigskinreport.com:
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers season has been one filled with major disappointment, but as the team continues to unravel this season, a story comes out this afternoon that RB LeGarrette Blount led an alleged attack on a Buccaneers fan. The St Petersburg Times is reporting this afternoon that a victim is accusing LeGarrette Blount of being involved in an attack on September 11th of this year. According to the paper, Blount was never charged in the alleged assault but the victim stated that Blount was “the leader” in the attack. The incident took place at the Visconti apartments, not far from Raymond James Stadium, after the Buccaneers lost their home opener to the Detroit Lions. The victim was reportedly driving a 2008 Toyota pickup truck into the apartment complex when the driver clipped the mirror of another vehicle that Blount and two other men were standing next to. The paper reports that according to the police report, the two men with Blount attacked the driver of the pickup. Th...
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