Tyrone Crawford could face discipline at the start of the upcoming season.
The Cowboys defensive captain was involved in a scuffle earlier this month at Coyote Ugly Saloon in Panama City, Florida, TMZ Sports reported Wednesday.
A video obtained by the outlet shows a 6-4, 280-pound Crawford fighting off a team of bouncers and several police officers at the bar on March 15. It remains unclear how the altercation began.
Witnesses claimed Crawford “bull rushed his way through two cops and aggressively put his hands on two officers” while they were trying to arrest someone.
However, Crawford was not arrested and has not been charged with a crime, though the NFL is investigating the incident.
Although it’s blurry, here’s video from the incident at Coyote Ugly Saloon in Panama City involving Tyrone Crawford pushing several officers#DallasCowboys (@1053TheFan @RJChoppy @FishSports) pic.twitter.com/clHSEh0wbD
— 🅾 ™️ (@TommySledge) March 19, 2019
Crawford, 29, would be a first-time offender should the league opt to hand down a punishment.