KC Chiefs Player Arrested on Domestic Battery Charges

Chiefs' Roy Miller arrested in Jacksonville on battery charge

Jacksonville police arrest former Jaguars player

Another hearing was set for November 28, ESPN reported.

More details pertaining to Miller's arrest have yet to be released.

When police arrived at the couple's home, Roy Miller was inside sleeping. After a brief struggle, however, she was able to get to her phone and call the police. Her shirt was nearly torn off, according to the report.

The argument allegedly escalated into a physical confrontation and Nicole Miller told police her husband grabbed her by the hair, pushed her around, threw her phone into the toilet and prevented her from retrieving it.

One witness told an officer she saw "her dad on top of her mom".

Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Roy Miller.

A witness who was staying with the Millers said that she heard them arguing, so she ushered all the children to the other side of the house.

Later, police found Roy Miller asleep in the master bedroom. He agreed to speak with police outside. He began his career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers before a four-year stint with Jacksonville Jaguars.

The Chiefs released a statement saying: "This morning we were informed about an incident involving one of our players, Roy Miller".

Miller is now in his ninth National Football League season. The Chiefs signed him on August 2. Details have yet to unfold here, but these types of situations typically result in a suspension of some kind and for any sort of fringe player, it can usually equal an outright release from the team.

He was limited to six games after suffering a torn right achilles tendon. "We will have no further comment at this time".

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