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Ex-NFL RB Johnson arrested in Miami

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Former NFL running back Larry Johnson was arrested and booked into jail on Tuesday morning in Miami on aggravated battery charges after an incident at a nightclub on South Beach.

The 34-year-old Johnson was being held on $7,500 bail as the Miami-Dade County jail, according to police records.

A Miami Beach police report indicated that Johnson cut a man with a broken bottle in the Delano Hotel. According to NBCMiami.com, Johnson also punched 29-year-old Drew Johnson numerous times.

Johnson’s final season in the NFL was in 2011 when he played in one game for the Miami Dolphins.

The two-time Pro Bowler ran for more than 1,700 yards during the 2005 and 2006 seasons for the Kansas City Chiefs.

In 2012, Johnson pleased no contest in a domestic violence case involving a former girlfriend.

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