Seattle Seahawks linebacker Leroy Hill was arrested after police say he assaulted his girlfriend and kept her in his home against her will.According to a release from the Issaquah (Wash.) Police Department on Wednesday morning, Hill was arrested on investigation of unlawful imprisonment-domestic violence and third-degree assault-domestic violence. According to King County Jail records, Hill was booked into the Seattle correctional facility early Wednesday afternoon.It's at least the fourth time Hill, 30, has been arrested and the second time he's been accused of domestic violence.Police said they responded to Hill's home around 4 p.m. Tuesday. A 26-year-old said she had been assaulted several times and was kept in Hill's home against her will. The women told police that Hill blocked the doorway and took her cellphone. She was able to escape the home when Hill used the bathroom, police said.She was treated at a hospital and released. A Seahawks spokesman said the team is aware of the situation. Hill is scheduled to become a free agent this off-season.Bisaccia on boardThe Dallas Cowboys confirmed the hiring of Rich Bisaccia as the club's special teams coordinator."Rich has been among the top special teams coordinators in the NFL for the last decade. ..." Dallas coach Jason Garrett said in a statement."His enthusiasm and passion for the game are infectious, and his units play with a relentless spirit that we believe is so important. I have had a chance to be around him and see firsthand how significant his impact can be in such a critical part of the game."BrieflySaints fans: New Orleans ticket holders who blame NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell for the team's disappointing season aren't entitled to special compensation for their suffering, a federal judge ruled Wednesday. NFLPA: The NFL Players Association appealed a judge's recent rejection of the union's claim that the league colluded to set a secret salary cap in 2010. U.S. District Judge David Doty ruled on Dec. 31 that the union could not reopen the Reggie White lawsuit that guided labor matters from 1993 until the labor deal in 2011.