Chiefs' Roy Miller arrested for domestic battery in Florida - KCTV5

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Chiefs' Roy Miller arrested for domestic battery in Florida

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JACKSONVILLE, FL (WJAX) -

The Chiefs' defensive tackle Roy Miller has been arrested for domestic battery in Florida, sources tell WJAX.

The jail log shows he was booked shortly before 5 a.m. on Saturday on a misdemeanor charge.

He had his first appearance in court in the afternoon. 

The judge ordered that Miller be released today and said that he is allowed to make contact with his wife, but that any violence toward her will break his release. 

The judge also said that the victim is no longer pressing charges against Miller. Also, the state said that they need more time to investigate the matter. 

Miller said in court that he will be hiring an attorney. 

Miller played for the Jaguars from 2013-2016. He was cut from the roster in March and currently plays for the Kansas City Chiefs.

Miller started his career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2009.

He was known as a locker-room leader and front-line player during his time in Jacksonville.

Copyright 2017 WJAX (CBS Affiliate). KCTV5 News contributed to this report. 

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