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Cornerback Cyrus Jones has domestic violence charges dropped

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Alabama’s offseason has not been the brightest in college football, but finally there is positive news regarding off the field incidents.

Crimson Tide cornerback Cyrus Jones had domestic violence charges dropped Friday, just two days after being arrested.

Jones apparently damaged a woman’s cell phone and threatened her with assault in front of a number of witnesses.

The 5’10” junior corner from Baltimore, Maryland finished last season with three interceptions and 44 tackles, including an interception in the Sugar Bowl (College Football Semifinal Game against Ohio State). Jones had 19 tackles and two picks in his final five games.

Jonathan Taylor (domestic violence arrest) and Tyren Jones (arrested for marijuana possession) were dismissed from the program earlier this offseason.

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*Featured Photo (above) credit to John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

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