By Prince Hakeem
It looks like Dallas Cowboys player Tyrone Crawford is catching a major break in the bar brawl case where he got arrested for attacking several security guards and police. As apart of his plea deal Crawford will have to attend anger management assessment classes and keep himself out of trouble for at least six months.
Tyrone Crawford can head to Dallas Cowboys camp without the worry of a court case hanging over his head … TMZ Sports has learned he’s a cut deal to get his bar brawl charge dropped.
We broke the story, the defensive end wrecked several bouncers at a Panama City Beach, FL bar on March 15. In crazy video we obtained … you can see the 6’4″, 290-pounder mauling people.
We also learned later in the night Crawford shoved at least TWO officers when they were in the process of making an arrest.
But, Tyrone was only hit with a misdemeanor charge of affrays for the altercation … and court records now show he entered into a pre-trial diversion program to get the charge dropped.
Unclear what the specifics of the deal are … but it usually means Crawford will have to complete classes and/or pay fines and fees to uphold his end of the bargain.
It’s good news for Crawford — the Cowboys begin training camp in just EIGHT days … but Tyrone ain’t completely out of the woods yet. The NFL still has to make a ruling regarding their investigation into the incident.
Crawford is one of the Cowboys’ most unsung players … as a team captain in 2018, he started 15 games and recorded 5.5 sacks. He’s expected to be a key player for Dallas this season.