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WATCH: Video footage emerges of Alvin Kamara raining down blows on a man during Vegas altercation 

New Orleans Saints v Arizona Cardinals
New Orleans Saints v Arizona Cardinals

New Orleans Saints star Alvin Kamara finds himself in deep trouble. Footage of his brawl with a man in Las Vegas during last season's Pro Bowl has just taken the NFL world by storm.

The star running back was arrested back in February after he and his friends were accused of assaulting a man at The Cromwell Hotel and Casino. The Saints player has since then dodged a suspension from the league as court proceedings are currently being carried out.

New footage of the fight acquired by TMZ shows Kamara and his friends unloading on the man after getting into an argument outside an elevator. According to a lawsuit filed by Darnell Greene, the altercation went down after the running barred Greene from getting on the elevator by force.

TMZ released the video of the Alvin Kamara fight https://t.co/FtmR95bp2P

In the video, he can be seen throwing multiple blows at Greene. The running back's friends joined in and stomped Greene before clearing out the premises. As per the lawsuit, he suffered injuries to his back, neck, head, shoulder, knees and even fractured his right orbital bone.


Will Alvin Kamara be suspended from the NFL?

Alvin Kamara's future in the NFL is currently uncertain. As court proceedings are carried out, Greene is suing the Saints star for $10 million for the injuries he sustained. According to police documents, the Saints running back even admitted to committing the crime back when he was arrested in February.

So far, the running back has avoided any suspension. But with a decision regarding the matter inching closer in court, it is expected that Kamara will miss some playing time. The NFL has dished out heavy suspensions in the past for such cases and if found guilty, the Saints star too is likely to follow suit.

The Saints are scheduled to play the Baltimore Ravens for Week 9's Monday Night Football game. Barring a knee-jerk reaction from the league to the video, the running back should be available to play for them against the AFC side.

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Edited by Souryadeep Mazumder
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