By Peter Gleason
Eagles wide receiver Nelson Agholor sure does lead an interesting life.
He was deactivated Monday night for the Packers game because of his ineptitude, and now the NFL is still investigating him!
According to NJ.com, the NFL is continuing its investigation into what happened between Agholor and a dancer at Cheerleaders gentlemen’s club last June.
The NFL sent its director of investigations to Cheerleaders last week — at the same time Eagles head coach Doug Pederson was debating whether to make Agholor inactive or not.
Kia Roberts, a former assistant district attorney in Brooklyn, interviewed several employees at the South Philly gentlemen’s club about the alleged incident that took place between Agholor and a dancer in the club, June 9. She also watched video tape the club had from that day and listened to an audio tape.
Agholor and teammates defensive tackle Fletcher Cox and defensive end Connor Barwin visited the club the afternoon of the team’s final minicamp practice of the spring.
Later that night, a dancer accused Agholor of sexual assault. Barwin, who left before the incidence occurred and Cox, who was there, were not involved and the league is not looking into them for any wrongdoing.
While Agholor was accused of the assault, no charges were ever filed by the Philly district attorney’s office after a lengthy investigation by the police department.
Despite that, the league is still trying to determine if Agholor violated its code of conduct policy. If they find that he did, he could be fined or suspended.
Agholor, the Eagles’ first-round draft pick in 2015, was inactive in Monday night’s 27-13 loss to the Green Bay Packers. The first time in his two years that he was a healthy inactive.