Chargers left tackle King Dunlap arrested for violating order of protection

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He said Dunlap was preparing to leave Nashville for San Diego when the girlfriend asked if he needed any of the clothes that were at the home.

This was not a good time to get arrested for King Dunlap.

An affidavit from Metro Nashville Police confirmed that officers went to a home in the Hermitage area of Nashville after receiving a domestic disturbance call. "They had been discussing a joint resolution", Robinson told News 2. They confirmed she had an order of protection prohibiting Dunlap from making any contact with the woman and that Dunlap had received a copy of the order. Officers determined Dunlap's girlfriend had a protective order against him. Robinson added it was the neighbors who phoned police around 9 p.m. after they spotted Dunlap's auto in the driveway.

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Dunlap is a key cog for a Chargers offensive line tasked with protecting Philip Rivers. This was not an egregious event, but two parties trying to come to a mutual understanding.

With $17 million owed to him over the next two seasons, it remains to be seen if this will have an impact on Dunlap's future with the Los Angeles-based National Football League team. Previously, he spent three seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles, who drafted him in the seventh round in 2008.

Dunlap attended Brentwood Academy and played for Auburn University.

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The offensive tackle had a previous run-in with authorities.

He signed a four-year, $28 million deal with the Chargers prior to last season, which was his fourth with the team.

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