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Mauia arrested; Grigsby celebrates

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As JMFlyer1454 points out in this diary, Dolphins FB Reagan Mauia has been arrested on charges of "simple battery," which is a misdemeanor that carries the potential for up to a year in jail and up to a $1,000 fine.

And "simple" is exactly what it was. According to the report, Mauia was leaving a restaurant and went up to a man and his girlfriend in the parking lot. He reportedly asked the man "what the [beep] he was looking at." The victim said he wasn't looking at anyone. Mauia supposedly responded by saying "you should know" and then punched the man in the face with a closed fist. The man fell to the ground unconscious and with a bleeding mouth. Mauia fled the scene but was found and positively identified.

So the question is, what should the victim have known? Maybe Mauia was referring to the fact that the man should know that Reagan is "the juggernaut."

Either way, this isn't a good thing for Mauia, especially since he is denying it. Meanwhile, recently signed Boomer Grigsby is probably celebrating, as he moves that much closer to being the Fins starting fullback.

In a statement released by the team, Tony Sparano says:

"We are aware of the situation regarding Reagan earlier today. We will withhold any further comment because we are in the process of gathering more information."

We'll see what happens. But to see Mauia's impressive "run through wall" video, you'll have to click the "Read More" link.