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Is the NFL investigating a Miami bar fight involving Cowboys DT Tyrone Crawford?

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Cowboys defensive end Tyrone Crawford was involved in a bar fight at Coyote Ugly Saloon in Panama City Beach, Florida on March 15.

No charges were filed and no arrests were made in the fight that involved up to eight to 10 people, according to the police report.

But video of the incident released by TMZ show Crawford prominently involved in the altercation, shoving security guards inside the bar and he even reportedly pushed a police officer outside the establishment.

The NFL did not respond when asked if they were investigating.

But per TMZ, the league has gone to the bar seeking video of the incident.

The NFL has the power to discipline under the personal conduct policy.

According to the police report, a fight ensued between patrons and bar security, causing police to respond to the scene. An arriving officer reported that security and bar patrons “were both aggressors in this altercation.”

Police said they were unable to view what initiated the dispute on the in house security video because it took place in a blind spot to cameras.

Crawford, a seven-year veteran, is a team captain and is one of the Cowboys who did a ride-along last fall with the Grand Prairie Police Department as part of the team’s attempt to engage with policing in the community.

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