The Ravens have had a rough last month with players having run-ins with the law.
First Ray Rice and his fiancée Janay Palmer were arrested for allegedly assaulting each other at an Atlantic City, N.J. casino. Then Deonte Thompson was charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, which was later reduced to a misdemeanor.
Now, the Ravens are dealing with Jah Reid being arrested after an alleged bar fight in Key West, Fla.
"We have learned of the situation and are gathering information," Ravens Director of Public Relations Chad Steele said in a statement.
Wide receiver Torrey Smith also commented on the Ravens' recent legal woes, speaking to FOX Baltimore's Morgan Adsit. His statement was well put, saying he'll have his teammates' back while acknowledging these three didn't place themselves in ideal situations.
Torrey Smith on Ravens arrests this off season, "In the off season these are grown men with their own families. unfortunately not everyone— Morgan Adsit (@MorganAdsit) March 10, 2014
makes great decisions all the time and there's consequences for it. we'll be there to support them and their families whatever case may be.— Morgan Adsit (@MorganAdsit) March 10, 2014
and we hope they come about better from it and learn from their mistakes." Torrey Smith quote done.— Morgan Adsit (@MorganAdsit) March 10, 2014