Eagles Bryce Brown Suspect Dog Fighting Operation | BlackSportsOnline

Dogs Owned by Eagles Bryce Brown Seized in Dog Fighting Investigation

by Robert Littal | Posted on Saturday, June 29th, 2013
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This looks like it might just be a coincidence, but if it isn’t Brown could be in a lot of trouble. If there is one thing that every athlete should know is don’t be involved with anything close to dog fighting.

It is unimaginable that a player on the Eagles of all teams would even think about participating in such a thing, but Bryce Brown is caught right in the middle of a investigation now.

A pit bull and her seven puppies belonging to Philadelphia Eagles running back Bryce Brown were among the animals seized in a suspected dog fighting operation in Wisconsin.

The owner of Northland Pits, Joseph A. Sudbrink was arrested and charged with mistreating animals,, running a breeding kennel without a license. Author ties say a criminal investigation is continuing, the newspaper said.

A humane officer, BeKah Weitz, told the court she saw scarring on the dogs and believed the kennel operators were fighting the dogs.

Brown, who did not appear in court Friday, purchased Eilis in 2010 as a pet, according to an affidavit. He sent her to Northland Pits for to be bred in February. After a week, she was returned to Brown in Wichita, Kansas, the paper reported.

I am really hoping Brown is an innocent victim and he had no idea what was going on. Because if he did, he would be the dumbest NFL player on the planet, not named Aaron Hernandez.

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