Former Buc's tight end Jerramy Stevens was arrested earlier this week on charges of felony and misdemeanor battery, TBO.com is reporting. Police say the former Buccaneer became rowdy and punched two nightclub bouncers as he was escorted out of Duke's Retired Surfer's Island Bar. It is reported that one of the bouncers may have suffered a broken jaw. You may remember that Stevens also had some trouble with the law last year when he was arrested on possession of marijuana charges.
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