Baltimore Ravens' Jah Reid arrested in Key West



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KEY WEST, Fla. (AP) — Baltimore Ravens tackle Jah Reid faces misdemeanor charges following a fight at a strip club in Key West, Florida.

Key West police say the fight broke out early Sunday at the Red Garter strip club when 21-year-old Edmond Mussa accidently bumped into Reid. The two then exchanged words and 25-year-old Reid head-butted Mussa.

Police say Reid continued attacking Mussa until he fell on the ground. He then began kicking Mussa. When a security guard tried to break up the fight, Reid punched him in the face.

Reid, who is 6-foot-7 and weighs 340 pounds, told officers the security guard tried to choke him.

He's charged with two counts of battery.

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