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LSU football players Jordan Jefferson, Josh Johns, Chris Davenport, & Jarvis Landry involved in Baton Rouge bar fight

The Baton Rouge Police Department believes LSU quarterback Jordan Jefferson, linebacker Josh Johns,Offensive Tackle Chris Davenport, and receiver Jarvis Landry were involved in a bar fight in Baton Rouge.

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jordan jeffersonThe Baton Rouge Police Department plans to interview LSU quarterback Jordan Jefferson, linebacker Josh Johns,Offensive Tackle Chris Davenport, and receiver Jarvis Landry.

Sgt. Don Stone told WBRZ in Baton Rouge the players are being asked to report to Baton Rouge Police Department Monday at 9 a.m. to get their side of the story about a fight that happened at Shady’s Bar early Friday morning. Four people went to the hospital with minor injuries, none of them football players.

Stone says BRPD is not ruling out future arrests. Saturday afternoon, Head Coach Les Miles expressed his disappointment with players about the incident. A large group of players broke curfew and team rules. Miles said all players were accounted for at 10:30pm during a curfew check, and that the school is cooperating with the investigation.

The news comes just two weeks prior to fourth-ranked LSU’s season opening game against third-ranked Oregon at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas on September 3rd.

jordan-jeffersonAccording to WBRZ, starting LSU quarterback Jordan Jefferson and three other players will face police questioning after a bar fight in Baton Rouge.

WBRZ says the players are scheduled to be questioned at 9am by Baton Rouge Police.

Four people were taken to a Baton Rouge hospital and treated for injuries at about 1:30 a.m. Friday, following the altercation outside of Shady’s, according to BRPD Sgt. Don Stone. No one was arrested.

jordan-jefferson-1Baton Rouge Police are investigating a fight outside an off campus bar in which they say LSU quarterback Jordan Jefferson and other players were involved.

Four people were taken to a Baton Rouge hospital and treated for injuries at about 1:30 a.m. Friday, following the altercation outside of Shady’s, according to BRPD Sgt. Don Stone. No one was arrested.

LSU athletic officials told The Advocate newspaper that they were still trying ascertain how players were involved in the fight.

“There’s a lot of information flying around, We’re trying to figure out what’s fact and what’s fiction,” LSU Sports Information Director Michael Bonnette told the newspaper.

Football players had a scrimmage on the last day of fall camp on Thursday, which was also the first day of school for LSU students. No practice was scheduled for Friday.

Jefferson is in his senior year at LSU and was a top prep standout at Destrehan High School.

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