The video of Cowboy Damontae Kazee being arrested for DWI on October 19 has been released. The Dallas DB can also be heard naming his star teammates, Dak Prescott (and Ezekiel Elliott) in the video.
Kazee said to that he was with Ezekiel Elliott, Dak Prescott, and they were having fun.
According to footage from TMZ, the 28-year old told the officer he took three shots that night.
Kazee stated, “Today we were just going out for eat,” “because it was rookie night.”
The Dallas bye week saw police pull the first-year Cowboy under arrest. According to The Colony police spokesperson, an officer noticed physical signs that Kazee was drinking.
He was detained after the Cowboys’ defensive back failed a field sobriety exam. He was charged with DWI by the district, which is a class B misdemeanor as a first offense. Kazee was released on a $2,500 bond.
Kazee was drafted in the fifth round, 2017 NFL Draft. He spent the first four NFL seasons with the Atlanta Falcons. In the offseason, Kazee signed with Dallas Cowboys, reuniting again with Dan Quinn (defensive coordinator for Dallas from 2015 to 2020).
Kazee played in all six games before his arrest and had 17 tackles, 1 forced fumble and 3 passes deflected. Kazee has played in all six games and recorded 10 more tackles.
Kazee apologises to his teammates
After the Cowboys’ win over Minnesota on Sunday night, Damontae Kazee spoke for the first-time about his DWI charges. This was several weeks ago.
Kazee stated, “I am sorry to my family, my team, my coaches, and to the owner who gave me a job.” “I am thankful that the Lord helped me escape. I didn’t hurt anyone. I didn’t injure myself. Thankful that I am here.”
Kazee had just apologized and Henry Ruggs, a former Oakland Raiders wideout, killed a woman with her dog in an auto accident involving DWI.