The NFL has yet to issue any disciplinary action following Walton's string of three arrests in less than three months. Miami-Dade police arrested him on felony charges of carrying a concealed weapon, marijuana possession and reckless driving following a high-speed chase that ended with Walton running away from the cops even after he'd been tased. He has yet to publicly address the charges.
Dolphins coach Brian Flores said Saturday that "people deserve a second chance" in reference to the Walton tryout.
The team announced Sunday that three players have been signed, including Walton. "I believe that. I think that's the case".
"There's a lot of things that were happening in the offseason, but right now my focus is on the task at hand, and right now that's trying out for the Miami Dolphins and that's what I'm going to talk about right now", Walton said. "I'm trying to leave an impression on the coaches".
Fast forward to May and now he is getting a second chance in the National Football League after the Miami Dolphins signed him to a deal. We'll see how it goes. Two incidents. I think it's a case-by-case situation for a player and for people in general. "And just that's kind of part of the process".
Walton faces an uphill battle to make the Dolphins roster.
He was released by the Bengals two days after his third arrest, with Bengals coach Zac Taylor saying the team needed to more forward without him. And this weekend's tryout was likely as much about getting to know Walton the person as it was Walton the player.
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