Adam Gase stated this morning that the Dolphins are aware of Jarvis Landry's report on his investigation for battery. Cerqueira has not been cooperating with authorities, sources told Slater, and a decision on possible charges isn't expected this week.
Andy Slater of 940-AM WINZ in Miami reports the Fort Lauderdale police department has been investigating the matter before forwarding it to the State Attorney's Office.
Estrella Cerqueira said in the statement that she did not call police following what she termed a "vocal disagreement" and said she never had any concern for her physical well-being.
Landry, who is entering his fourth season with the team and is scheduled to become a free agent next March, could face discipline from the National Football League under their personal conduct policy even if he is not charged. He and his agent have been lobbying for a multiyear contract extension this offseason after the former LSU standout caught 94 passes for 1,136 yards and scored four touchdowns previous year.
Last season, Landry caught 94 receptions for 1,136 yards and four touchdowns. He is due $893,850 this season.
"We're aware of it", Gase said.
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