Ex-Ravens safety Matt Elam was arrested for the second time in less than three months after an altercation with his girlfriend at her home in Delray Beach, Fla.
Police say Elam was arrested on grand theft and domestic battery charges after a fight broke out between the two around 4 a.m. Monday.
The former Florida Gators star — who was selected by the Ravens with the No. 32 overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, came to the residence to retrieve his car, but fled on foot with his girlfriend's cell phone after she wouldn't give him any money, according to TMZ, which first broke the story.
Elam could face up to five years in prison under Florida law which lists grand theft of more than $300 a third degree felony, according to USA Today.
The 25-year-old was arrested in February for possession over 120 grams of marijuana and 3 grams of oxycodone, after which the Ravens announced their plans for the future did not include Elam.
Elam is currently being held on a $4,500 bond at the Palm Beach County jail.
Are dog onesies the new male romper?
Alex Ovechkin's dog, Blake, is bound to become a doggo-fashion icon after dawning a camoflauge onesie before catching a flight at Dulles Airport.
Featured on Ovechkin's wife, Nastasiya's Instagram story, (h/t: RMNB) Ovi can be seen wearing navy sweatpants playing dress up with dog, Blake.
Blake waits patiently, tail wagging as Ovi places Blake's legs in the onesie one-by-one. Nastasiya and Ovi can be heard laughing as Blake struts around, modeling the onesie for nearby passengers, including a child who sits with Blake on the floor.
Although it is unclear where the onesie was purchased, Ovi shows off some of its features including a pocket, possibly to hold treats and a hole for Blake's tail, which is wagging nonstop.
If there were an America's next top doggo, Blake and his onesie would take the prize. What a good boy.
Looking back, it makes sense why the Capitals chose to move on from Jason Chimera. At 37 years old, he was going to be worth much more to someone else than he was to the Caps.
But there was an element to Chimera the Caps were not able to find this season: Levity.
There was one interview that struck Jill Sorenson more than any other from the Capitals' breakdown day and it was Kevin Shattenkirk talking about how fortunate the Capitals were to be a contender every year, even if they don't win it. See the video above for more from Sorenson and the balancing act the Caps face between pressure and joy.
Let's face it, being a contender for so long comes with a lot of pressure to win it all. That pressure seemed to get to the Caps in Game 7 against Pittsburgh when a Washington team that had dominated the last two games to force a Game 7 laid an egg. Is the locker room missing that person who can laugh in the face of pressure and take the edge off?
There's also something else to consider: Most NHL teams would happily trade places with the Caps for the last nine seasons this team has enjoyed. Have the fans and players lost sight of how important it is just to be considered a contender for the Stanley Cup every year?
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