NFL: the league closely monitors the file of Alvin Kamara

NFL: Alvin Kamara’s hearing postponed again

The hearing for an assault case involving New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara and Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Chris Lammons has again been pushed back two months according to multiple sources familiar with the matter. case.

This is the third time the hearing has been postponed since the beginning of the year in this story involving two other men.

Kamara faces a misdemeanor conspiracy to commit assault and a charge of assault causing grievous bodily harm. He was not present at the hearing in Las Vegas. Instead, he was present at Saints training in Louisiana.

The 27-year-old running back was arrested by the Las Vegas Police Department on Feb. 6 at the conclusion of the Pro Bowl. He was accused of being one of the men involved in an attack outside a Las Vegas bar the night before the Pro Bowl.

Police say the alleged victim had a discussion with Kamara and the other three men while trying to get into an elevator. Kamara allegedly placed his hand on the victim’s chest to stop him, and Lammons allegedly punched the man.

The man was then allegedly pushed and lost consciousness as Kamara and the other defendants continued to beat him; Surveillance videos corroborated the victim’s statement and Kamara allegedly punched the man three times while he was unconscious.

Sources within the NFL have confirmed to ESPN that Kamara could be suspended by the NFL for failing to follow the league’s code of conduct. Kamara has been in the Pro Bowl the past five seasons and had nine touchdowns in 13 games last season.

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