The Miami Dolphins beat the Seattle Seahawks 24-21 on November 25. Later that night, reserve safety Jonathon Amaya was arrested outside a club in Miami Beach following an incident with a taxi driver. Prosecutors have now dropped the battery charges facing Amaya, stemming from accusations from a taxi driver alleging the safety and special teams player of choking him in the cab. Amaya maintained his innocence the entire time.
Prosecutors have dropped the battery charges facing Miami Dolphins safety Jonathon Amaya. Amaya was arrested in November when a taxi driver accused the safety and special teams player of choking him in the cab.
Miami Dolphins safety Jonathon Amaya was released from jail Tuesday on $1,500 bond. He faces battery charges stemming from an incident with a taxi driver early Monday morning. Amaya remains with the team despite the legal issues.