MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A wide receiver for the Minnesota Vikings is in jail, accused of domestic assault.

Prosecutors have not yet charged 25-year-old Cayleb Jones. He went undrafted in the 2016 NFL Draft after playing for the University of Arizona. The Vikings signed him in December of that year.

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(credit: Dakota County Sheriff’s Office)

WCCO’s Mike Max has more on this player that was hoping to crack the roster this year for the first time.

Cayleb Jones was a long shot to make the Vikings 53-man roster as a wide receiver. Now, he’s got bigger issues than football

Eagan police say they were called to the Country Inn Suites on Tuesday on a report of a domestic assault. Investigators say there was a verbal altercation between Jones and a woman, which turned physical.

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Jones fled, but later turned himself in to Eagan police. He was then taken to Dakota County Jail on suspicion of theft, domestic assault and impeding a 911 call.

A decision on charges is expected by Thursday.

Jones is also facing a four-game suspension heading into the season.

Vikings General Manager Rick Spielman released a statement, saying “We are aware of the situation involving Cayleb Jones and are in the process of gathering more information. Further comment will be provided at the appropriate time.”

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He has a couple preseason receptions, but really was fighting for a spot on the roster and not expected to be a contributor.