After 29 years of questionable first-round draft picks, the Miami Dolphins picked up Texas A&M Quarterback Ryan Tannehill at yesterday's NFL Draft. For fans and players alike, the day should've been a celebration, a glimmer of hope that the Dolphins' upcoming season wouldn't end miserably. For cornerback Vontae Davis, however, April 26 was a nightmare.
According to NBC 6, Davis' younger brother Michael was arrested in Washington D.C. after allegedly assaulting a woman with a hammer. To make matters worse, he's suspect in the killing of a 66-year-old man on Tuesday.
Police say that Davis is also under investigation for a string of similar attacks that left several victims with severe head trauma. But so far, Davis is only facing the one count of aggravated assault.
"At this time we are continuing to investigate and process evidence to determine if this case may be linked to the prior three cases that occurred in the Petworth neighborhood over the past 72 hours," Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier tells The Washington Times.
San Francisco 49ers' Vernon Davis, Michael's older brother, addressed the situation via Twitter.
"Just got a disturbing call from back home in washington dc," Davis tweeted. "A good day gone bad! Hopefully he wasn't involved!"
Understandably, Vontae Davis has yet to comment on the investigation.