Baltimore Ravens jogging back Alex Collins was waived by the crew Friday after his arrest in the morning on an undisclosed charge or expenses near the team’s facility.

Baltimore County Law enforcement spokesperson Jennifer Peach explained to United states These days Sports in an email that Collins was put beneath arrest Friday after police responded to a reported crash in Owings Mills, Maryland, considerably less than a mile from the Beneath Armour Performance Center.

Peach did not specify which demand(s) Collins will face.

“No additional information will be offered till this suspect is formally charged, which should be this afternoon,” Peach wrote in the email.

Collins’ agent did not straight away reply to an email from United states These days Sports looking for comment.

The Baltimore Solar first reported Collins’ arrest Friday early morning.

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Collins, 24, spent the past two decades with the Ravens. He was Baltimore’s key jogging back in 2017, racking up 973 yards and 6 touchdowns, right before being supplanted by rookie Gus Edwards and ending last year on injured reserve.

Coach John Harbaugh reported Wednesday that Edwards is the team’s No. 1 jogging back moving into 2019.

Get in touch with Tom Schad at tschad@usatoday.com or on Twitter @Tom_Schad.

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