Four LSU Football Players Hire Lawyer, Postpone Meeting With Police
LSU fans are holding their breath today and waiting to see what will happen to some key players on the Tiger football team after a bar fight incident last Thursday. The off-campus incident involving several of LSU's football players was brought front and center into the national spotlight over the weekend. Watch here to see the press conference that Les Miles held in regard to the incident.
LSU's starting quarterback Jordan Jefferson, along with offensive lineman Chris Davenport, defensive lineman Josh Johns and receiver Jarvis Landry, have all been called in by police to tell their side of the story about the incident. The four players have hired attorney Nathan Fisher who has requested a 24-hour postponement so he could talk to the players and get up to speed on the incident in question.
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