Miami-Dade police arrested him on felony charges of carrying a concealed weapon, marijuana possession and reckless driving following a high-speed chase that ended with Walton running away from the cops even after he'd been tased. Miami now has Kenyan Drake, Kalen Ballage, rookie Myles Gaskin and fullback Chandler Cox on the depth chart at running back. "That's kind of my stance". Now he's landed back in South Beach with the Miami Dolphins.
Walton is also facing a misdemeanor battery charge after he allegedly got into a fight with his neighbor February 16.
"It's important for our team to get off to a fresh start as we begin the 2019 season".
Flores said he anticipates the Dolphins keeping five or six backs on their final 53-man roster.
"We want to definitely take a look at him and see if he was a fit for us on the field and off the field". "I'm trying to leave an impression on the coaches".
He was released by the Bengals two days after his third arrest, with Bengals coach Zac Taylor saying the team needed to more forward without him.
While the National Football League could still potentially punish Walton, they have yet to issue any sort of statement on him, so for the moment the running back will be making it through to training camp with Miami.