Vikings ‘collect information’ after Oli Udoh’s arrest – InForum

ST. PAUL — The Minnesota Vikings said Sunday the team is gathering information about the alleged arrest of offensive lineman Olisaemeka Udoh late Saturday night in Miami, Fla.

According to a report by South Florida radio host Andy Slater of Fox Sports 640, Udoh was arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after following a woman into a nightclub restroom.

The Pioneer Press filed a record with Miami police but was unable to immediately confirm details, although the Vikings acknowledged the arrest in a short statement to the newspaper.

“We are aware of Oli Udoh’s arrest last night and are gathering additional information at this time,” the team said.

A sixth-round pick in the 2019 draft, Odoh, 25, has had just three snaps on offense this season and three on special teams. He appeared in 30 NFL games, including 16 starts at right guard in 2021.


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