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Houston Texans Darius Anderson was arrested in Texas on Friday and faces a serious charge with the team opening training camp before the start of the 2022 season.
Anderson was charged with theft with intent to rape after an incident last week in houston, Harris County Court records show. His next court date is set for Wednesday.
“We are aware of the report involving Darius Anderson. We are collecting information and have no further comment at this time,” Texans said in a statement to Fox News Digital late Monday.
According to Pro Football Talk, 24-year-old Anderson allegedly broke into her Houston home and followed a woman into her bathroom, and the woman later called police from the bathroom while Anderson left.
Now he has been stopped from going to the victim’s house and keeping the gun.
He was added to the Texans’ practice squad at the end of the 2021 season in December. He spent time with the Indianapolis Colts and Dallas Cowboys but never appeared in NFL games.
Anderson was an extraordinary football Players in TCU, He had 768 rushing yards as a sophomore and 598 yards as a junior. In his senior season, Anderson ran for 823 yards and managed to earn a spot in the Senior Bowl.
He entered the NFL in 2020 as a free agent with the Cowboys.