Weight 127kg NFL big guy, pushed his girlfriend and went to jail
San Francisco 49ers defensive lineman Charles Omenihu (26) of the National Football League (NFL) has been arrested on suspicion of domestic violence.
The Associated Press reported on the 25th (Korean time), citing the announcement of the San Jose Police Department in California, that Omenihu was imprisoned in Santa Clara Penitentiary for domestic violence and released on bail. 온라인바카라
A woman who identified herself as Omenihu’s girlfriend told police that Omenihu pushed her to the ground during an argument at her home in San Jose.
The woman said no visible injuries were found on her, and she refused medical treatment.
Omenihu, a giant with a height of 197 cm and a weight of 127 kg, joined the Houston Texans in 2019 and was traded to the current team, San Francisco, in 2021.
This season, Omenihu played an active role in all of the team’s regular season games, leading the team to advance to the postseason.
The defensive lineman’s job is to stop the opposing team from attacking.
He plays the role of taking down the quarterback, the core of the opponent’s offense, and bringing the right to attack.
On the 15th, Omenihu led the Seattle Seahawks to a 41-23 victory by succeeding in two sacks (tackle the opposing quarterback and retrieve the ball) alone in the wild card round.
The divisional round with the Dallas Cowboys on the 23rd did not show much performance due to a minor injury, but the team won 19-12, and the Philadelphia Eagles and the National Football Conference (NFC) championship game scheduled for the 30th seemed to be able to play.
However, when Omenihu was involved in domestic violence, it was unclear whether he would participate.
Both the San Francisco team and the NFL are grappling with whether to punish them after hearing the news of Omenihu’s arrest.
If San Francisco wins the NFC Championship Game against Philadelphia, they can step on the Super Bowl stage of their dreams.
San Francisco has won five Super Bowls in its career, and the last one was in 1995, 28 years ago.
This year’s Super Bowl, where the winners of San Francisco-Philadelphia and Cincinnati Bengals-Kansas City Chiefs will face off, will be held on February 13 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.