Former LSU offensive tackle La’el Collins was not the father of a baby boy who passed away last week.
Baton Rouge (La.) police say a paternity test for Collins came back negative, multiple media outlets, including the Baton Rouge Advocate, reported Wednesday.
Collins’ pregnant former girlfriend, Brittney Mills, was shot to death on April 24. She delivered a baby boy, who died on Friday. His death has been declared a homicide.
Baton Rouge police have said Collins is not a suspect in the deaths. He met with earlier this police this week.
Collins, who went undrafted as teams waited to learn more information about his situation, is set to meet with the Cowboys, the Advocate reported Wednesday. The date of the meeting is not yet known, but clubs can’t officially meet with Collins until LSU’s final exams end on May 9, per an NFL rule.