Chris Clemons has been found guilty of misdemeanor assault for punching a woman in 2016, TMZ Sports reported.
The former Cardinals safety was sentenced to 10 days in jail by a Scottsdale, Ariz., court, with five of those days suspended.
Clemons, 35, also will have to pay a $30,000 fine, take an anger management course and be on probation for a year.
Clemons was outside a nightclub in Scottsdale in May 2016 when he punched the woman in the face after she and one of Clemons’ female friends got into an argument.
The Cardinals cut Clemons in September. He remains a free agent.
With Dixon unavailable for a quarter of the year, the Ravens signed Danny Woodhead to be West’s primary complement in the backfield. Woodhead is one of the best pass-catching running backs of the decade, but he’s now 32 and plagued by injuries in recent years, playing just 21 games in the past three seasons. Still, Woodhead figures to play a prominent role in the offense as long as he stays healthy.
The passing game is also dealing with injuries and retirements. Steve Smith rode off into the sunset, while tight end Dennis Pitta was released after suffering a possible career-ending hip injury. Breshad Perriman missed his entire 2015 rookie year with a knee injury and didn’t contribute much last season, putting up just 33 catches for 499 yards and three touchdowns.
The good news is that Baltimore took advantage of the Kansas City Chiefs’ poor salary cap management, signing Jeremy Maclin after he became a cap casualty in June. Maclin has injury concerns of his own, but the 29-year-old is just a season removed from hauling in eight touchdowns and 1,088 yards on 87 catches. He’ll Cheap Cycling Jerseys be playing out of the slot position with Perriman and Mike Wallace on the outside, which makes for a formidable WR trio if everyone stays Cheap Custom Baseball Jerseys healthy and plays up to their potential.