Bills' Zay Jones arrested for felony vandalism after reported struggle while naked

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The video shows Jones in a naked struggle with his brother, fellow National Football League player Cayleb Jones of the Minnesota Vikings. Cayleb was attempting to stop his brother from jumping off the 30th floor of the apartment complex.

Police said Tuesday Jones remains in custody and is receiving treatment for his injuries at the Los Angeles County Jail hospital ward. Officer Luis Garcia says Jones was breaking glass doors and windows when officers arrived and was arrested on suspicion of felony vandalism. His bail is $20,000.

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"We are aware of the incident involving Zay Jones", read the statement.

The arrest was first reported by TMZ, which posted a video of the brothers arguing that showed a nude Zay Jones pushing his brother in what appeared to be the hallway of an apartment building. Sandhu also represents Cayleb Jones.

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To say that Jones has had a turbulent start to his National Football League career would be an understatement.

The East Carolina product caught 27 passes for 316 yards and two touchdowns in his first National Football League season.

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Law enforcement sources told TMZ Jones is being held in the medical ward of L.A. County jail, while the Bills told them they were "gathering more information on the matter" before commenting and the National Football League hadn't responded to them by press time. Despite being a personable player that was very involved in the community, Jones had a disappointing rookie season for the Bills. He finished tied for third on the team with 27 catches and fourth with 316 yards.

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