A onetime Minneapolis high propagandize and Gophers football star who is essay to keep his NFL career going has been arrested in a Twin Cities on guess of pushing underneath a influence.
Defensive lineman Ra’Shede Hageman was requisitioned into a Hennepin County jail about 2:15 a.m. Saturday on guess of fourth-degree pushing while impaired, according to a jail log.
Hageman was expelled reduction than 90 mins after but carrying to post bail. The 27-year-old has a justice conference scheduled for Jun 21.
The detain was done by a Sheriff’s Office, that has nonetheless to respond to summary seeking sum about a case, including where Hageman was stopped. His justice coming is scheduled to be hold in Brooklyn Center, suggesting his purported offense occurred in that partial of a county.
A deputy for Hageman pronounced he would have something to contend Sunday about his arrest.
The Atlanta Falcons drafted Hageman in 2014 in a second round, and he played in each diversion his initial dual seasons and in 12 games in 2016.
Atlanta cut him before a start of a 2017 deteriorate after he was dangling for a smallest of 6 games in tie with a domestic assault box in DeKalb County, Ga., from Mar 2016. He hasn’t played since.
The occurrence was with a mom of his son. Hageman was charged with interfering with a call for puncture help, battery family assault and cruelty to children in a third degree. He pleaded guilty to misconduct charges.
Late final month, Hageman forked out on Twitter that a domestic assault count “got forsaken from my case. we don’t have a domestic on my record.”
A giveaway agent, Hageman worked out in early May for a New England Patriots.
Hageman attended Minneapolis Washburn High School and played basketball and football. As a parsimonious finish his comparison year, he was deliberate one of a nation’s tip recruits during that position.
He chose to stay tighten to home and play defensive line for a Gophers, flitting on offers from Ohio State and other football powerhouses. His comparison year, he was first-team All-Big Ten and third-team Associated Press All-American.