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Moss arrested for assault

Associated Press

MINNEAPOLIS ó Minnesota Vikings receiver Randy Moss was arrested Tuesday after being accused of bumping a traffic control agent with his car.
The agent tried to stop Moss from making an illegal turn, and Moss used his car to slowly push the officer a half-block along the street, stopping when she fell to the ground, police spokeswoman Cyndi Barrington said.
Barrington said the agent, a city employee but not a police officer, was not seriously hurt.
Moss was in jail on suspicion of assault with a dangerous weapon, a felony. Barrington said the county attorney would consider charges Wednesday, and it was unclear whether Moss would be allowed to post bail Tuesday night.
ìHeís going to be treated like anybody else,î Barrington said.Vikings coach Mike Tice said he couldnít comment until he knew more.
ìIím still trying to figure out whatís going on,î Tice said.Moss has been in trouble before on and off the field since he was drafted in 1998. He squirted a referee with a water bottle in 1999, and abused corporate sponsors on the team bus in 2001.
The Vikings are off to an 0-3 start, their worst since 1967, and Moss caught just four passes for 16 yards in Sundayís loss to Carolina.
The 25-year-old Moss is in his fifth year with the Vikings and is the teamís highest-paid player. He signed an eight-year, $75 million contract last year.