Chiefs DT Miller arrested on domestic battery charge

Chiefs' Roy Miller arrested in Jacksonville on battery charge

Miller now playus for the Kansas City Chiefs.

Miller has played in seven games with the Chiefs this season, registering six tackles.

Cam Thomas is back once again with the Kansas City Chiefs, signing with the team on Monday, per Field Yates, as the defensive tackle hopes to help replace the recently released Roy Miller.

According to the report, Nicole Miller had a braid torn from the back of her head.

The Chiefs have other backup defensive tackles who have contributed, including Rakeem Nunez-Roches and Jarvis Jenkins.

She said Roy Miller threw her cellphone in the toilet and physically restrained her from retrieving it.

Miller said in court that he will be hiring an attorney. The team is "still in the process of gathering details on the situation" and offered no further comment in a statement Saturday.

For those unaware why Miller was in Jacksonville, since he plays for Kansas City, it is worth noting he started his National Football League career with the Jaguars. He spent four seasons with the Chargers, two with the Pittsburgh Steelers and one with the Los Angeles Rams, recording 114 tackles and 7.5 sacks in 102 games.

When police arrived, Roy Miller was sleeping. Their next game is November 19 against the New York Giants. According to the arrest report, Miller then called her 17-year-old son from a previous relationship into a bedroom with him and refused to leave.

Miller appeared in court later Saturday, and a judge said the victim was no longer pressing charges.

Related News: