Talented Missouri wideout Dorial Green-Beckham was suspended indefinitely on Sunday night for the dreaded "violation of team rules."
Turns out, Missouri must have a strict anti-robbery policy. From The Springfield News-Leader:
The Kansas City Star, St. Louis Post-Dispatch and other media, citing the paperwork, reported that a first-degree burglary was reported at 2:36 a.m. Sunday at the Brookside Townhomes in Columbia.
According to the state media: listed as confidential are the suspect, victim and witnesses; forced entry is listed as the incident; and weapons used are noted as "hands/fist/feet."
The Columbia Missourian newspaper reached out to residents of the Brookside Townhomes and reported that one resident saw Green-Beckham, 20, leaving the parking lot in a white Dodge Charger around the time listed around the police incident report.
It will take more than one eye-witness tagging Green-Beckham in a parking lot at 2:36 AM on a Sunday to garner a conviction, but obviously police are still piecing the evidence together.