Former Dallas Cowboys player Joseph Randle, 26, is arrested for rape


Former Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle is being held without bond on a suspicion of rape in Wichita, Kan., according to multiple outlets that cited jail records. In fact, he has been arrested nearly as many times as he has scored touchdowns.

Fast forward to February 2016 and the ex-running back is being arrested for the party ordeal.

- In February 2015, Randle was arrested on a marijuana possession charge after police responded to a domestic violence call at the hotel room in which he was staying with the mother of his child.

The 6-foot, 210-pound Randle was arrested at 3:45 his hometown of Wichita, Kansas. He had been in trouble several times before the team finally cut ties with him, including a shoplifting arrest for stealing underwear and cologne out of a Dallas-area department store.

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The arrest is the latest legal trouble for Randle, a native of Wichita who was sentenced to five years' probation in June for criminal charges stemming from an argument at a housewarming party there years ago, the Wichita Eagle reported. He was later convicted of aggravated battery, aggravated burglary, criminal threat, and marijuana possession, in relation to the incident.

In six games for the Cowboys in 2015, Randle rushed for 315 yards and four touchdowns on 76 carries. But he suffered an oblique injury in an October 25, 2015, game against the Giants and, facing a four-game National Football League suspension over the hotel-room incident, was released by the Cowboys soon after, with Cowboys chief operating officer Stephen Jones citing "personal issues" as the reason.

Randle played for the Dallas Cowboys for two seasons before being waived in 2015.