Eagles RB Bryce Brown’s Dogs Seized in Suspected Dog Fighting Operation

June 29, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Philadelphia Eagles are possibly dealing with a dog-fighting fiasco, as Bryce Brown's dogs have been taken on suspicion of dog fighting.
According to Christena T. O’Brien of the Leader-Telegram, 27 dogs were seized on May 21 after the kennel that bred the animals fell under suspicion of dog-fighting. 
Brown's pit bull and her seven puppies were eventually returned to the owner, although the remaining 19 dogs are still in the custody of the Eau Claire County Humane Association.
The report states that the running back "purchased Eilis in 2010, and the dog has been a pet, according to an affidavit. He sent her to Northland Pits for stud services in February. After a week, she was returned to Brown in Wichita, Kansas."
Brown has not been charged with any crime, but others associated with the incident have already been arrested. As Amy Worden of the Philadelphia Inquirer reported:
The owner of Northland Pits, Joseph A. Sudbrink was...

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