Vikings’ Oli Udoh Charged With Alleged Disorderly Conduct & Resisting Arrest For Nightclub Incident
The Minnesota Vikings are currently on a bye week after picking up a 24-16 victory against Tua Tagovailoa and the Miami Dolphins. The time will be well spent recovering and getting as healthy as possible to take on the rest of the season. However, the team’s backup offensive lineman Oli Udoh, is facing trouble with the law. Talk show host Andy Slater says Udoh was allegedly booked on charges of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
Udoh was reportedly arrested outside of a nightclub in Miami, Florida. The Vikings team is aware of the arrest of Udoh and a spokesman said the team has no further comment at this time. Udoh is accused of following a woman into the bathroom and refusing to come out when asked multiple times. The National Football League says it will monitor the situation.
Udoh is a former 2019 sixth-round pick of the Vikings who has struggled to see the field this season after starting all sixteen games in 2021. Udoh made his league debut in December 2019 against the Chicago Bears as the Vikings right tackle. Since then, Udoh has only played three snaps through the first seven games of 2022. Udoh recently donated 500 meals to workers at Cape Fear Valley Medical Center as they worked around the clock to treat patients that were inflicted with the COVID-19 virus.
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