According to reports, former Detroit Lions defensive lineman Nick Fairley has been arrested in Alabama and charged with menacing.
Former NFL defensive tackle Nick Fairley was booked into Mobile County Metro Jail on Friday afternoon after being charged with two counts of menacing.
According to the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office’s jail log, the former Auburn standout entered jail at 4:48 p.m. CST Friday.
Fairley, who was originally selected by the Detroit Lions in the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft, played four seasons in the Motor City. During that time, he played in 46 games (30 starts), recording 98 tackles and 13.5 stats. After leaving the Lions prior to the 2015 campaign, Fairley spent a season with the Rams and then a season with the Saints.
There is little question about it, 2019 will likely be another rough year for the Detroit Tigers. In fact, do not be surprised if their final record ends up worse than it was this past season when they finished 64-98 in the American League Central.
General manager Al Avila has made it clear that the team is focused on rebuilding and blowing big money in free agency is not something that will not be happening anytime soon.
But that does not mean the team will not be active in free agency as they will look to add a few players here and there.
One position the Tigers will focus on adding in free agency is a shortstop as Jose Iglesias is moving on.
According to a report from Jon Morosi, the Tigers have narrowed their shortstop wishlist down to Alcides Escobar, Freddy Galvis, Jody Mercer, and Adeiny Hechavarria.
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