The late and tight eagles Dallas Goedert was injured in an altercation at a South Dakota restaurant on Saturday, a person with knowledge of the situation told NJ Media Advance.
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Goedert was with the family at dinner, when he would have been an unprovoked punch-miller. He was taken to hospital as a precaution, and is unharmed after the incident, the source said.
NJ Avance Media joined the Eagles, who said they were aware of the situation, but declined to comment.
According to Mitchell Republic, the incident took place at the Zoo Bar in Aberdeen, South Dakota, early Saturday around 1 am By the report, police were called to the scene due to a report from “the people of around the glasses and broke their heads. ”
NJ Media Advance reached the Zoo Bar, which declined to comment on the incident.
The Aberdeen Police Department has provided no information on the incident when contacted by NJ Media Advance. A message to the agent says that the agency does not have an intelligence officer and requests for the records will not be available until at least Monday.
Update: Cornerback Eagles Avonte Maddox, last season’s barred Goedert and the team’s best friend, weighed in on social media on Saturday.
“Yes, lucky I was not there,” Maddox tweeted. “Would have had some problems (swear word).”
Goedert has entered his third season with the Eagles. He appeared in 15 games last season and produced 58 catches for 607 yards and five touchdowns. Goedert played 66.15% of the Eagles’ magnetization offensive last season, as he teamed up with Zach Ertz to form one of the most productive end and tight tandems in the NFL.
The 25-year-old will be eligible for a contract extension after this season.
The Eagles selected Goedert in the second round of the 2018 NFL Draft. He played college football in South Dakota State, and is originally from Britton, South Dakota.
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