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Jury Makes Decision on Fate of Former Vikings 1st Round Draft Pick

Jeff Gladney, a former first-round pick for the Minnesota Vikings, was found not guilty of assaulting a woman in Dallas County Court on Thursday, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports.

Rapoport later added that the NFL confirmed it was "monitoring all developments in the matter which remains under review of the personal conduct policy."

Gladney, who started in 15 of the 16 games he appeared in during his rookie season, was cut by the Vikings last August after he was indicted on the charges -- which accused him of shoving, punching, and choking a woman in April 2021 -- and missed the entire 2021 NFL season.

The former Texas Christian University standout recorded 81 tackles, seven tackles for loss, three passes defended, one forced fumble, and one QB hit during his rookie season.

Gladney may now garner interest from NFL teams looking to fill a void at cornerback after his criminal case was resolved on Thursday.

The New Boston, Texas redshirted during his freshman year at TCU while recovering from a torn ACL he suffered during his senior high school season before becoming a four-year starter at cornerback.

Gladney was named to the second-team All-Big 12 list in 2018 and a first-team All-Big 12 list in 2019, despite injuring a meniscus prior to his senior campaign and still playing the entire season.

Gladney put off surgery until after his final season at TCU and the 2020 Senior Bowl.

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