Free agent fullback Corey McIntyre has played in all 16 games for the Bills for three straight seasons, but he so far hasn’t found a new team. And he just became less likely to find a new team.
McIntyre was arrested and charged with misdemeanor battery in Port St. Lucie, Florida, on Wednesday, according to WPTV.
The police report says McIntyre was in his bathtub when he and a woman in his home began arguing about information on his phone. When the woman tried to throw his phone in the bath water, McIntyre started to get out of the tub and pulled the shower curtain, causing the rod to hit the woman. He then chased the woman and grabbed her shirt, ripping it as she tried to leave the house.
McIntyre was schedule to appear this weekend at a charity softball game he had helped organize in which he and some of his Bills teammates would play with local police officers and firefighters, and money raised by the event was going to help McIntyre’s cousin, Jahwann McIntyre, an area firefighter who was seriously burned on the job in December. Event organizers, however, announced shortly after McIntyre’s arrest that the event had been canceled because of “unforeseen circumstances.”
The last time McIntyre appeared in our police blotter, it was in 2009, when he was arrested for misdemeanor exposure of his sexual organs. He denied doing anything wrong, and the charges were later dropped.