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Lawyer Confirms Kelvin Joseph’s Presence During March 18th Murder

It was reported yesterday that Dallas police were seeing to question Kelvin Joseph regarding his involvement in the murder of Cameron Ray on March 18th. Today, Joseph’s lawyer confirmed that the cornerback was a passenger in the car from which Ray was shot but was not the shooter or personally armed.

Joseph’s involvement in Ray’s murder is still a matter of ongoing investigation.

Last March, Cameron Ray and friends got into a dispute with other individuals outside of a Dallas bar. Shortly after the physical altercation, a vehicle drove past Ray’s group in a parking lot and shots were fired.

Michael Gehlken on Twitter: “New: Cowboys CB Kelvin Joseph was a passenger inside a vehicle from which several shots were fired last month, killing a 20-year-old in the Old East Dallas area. But Joseph was unarmed that night and did not kill Ray, Joseph’s lawyer said. https://t.co/FN7snAGeSo / Twitter”

New: Cowboys CB Kelvin Joseph was a passenger inside a vehicle from which several shots were fired last month, killing a 20-year-old in the Old East Dallas area. But Joseph was unarmed that night and did not kill Ray, Joseph’s lawyer said. https://t.co/FN7snAGeSo

Mike Garafolo on Twitter: “Statement from the on CB Kelvin Joseph’s “possible connection” to an ongoing murder investigation. pic.twitter.com/FwXuAxYKP3 / Twitter”

Statement from the on CB Kelvin Joseph’s “possible connection” to an ongoing murder investigation. pic..com/FwXuAxYKP3

Joseph was a 2nd-round pick by the Cowboys in the 2021. He was expected to play a significant role in this season’s CB rotation and hopefully replace as a starter by 2023.

Obviously, this matter will require significantly more investigation by all parties before we can begin to project Kelvin’s future. But with the 2022 just two weeks away, Joseph’s situation will likely make cornerback a higher priority now for Dallas.

Much more is still to come on this story.

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  1. Another draft day blunder by the Boys. They knew this guys had issues and blew a 2nd pick on him anyway. There is no room for thugs and rappers on this team. This is not a guy you want in your locker room influencing other players around him. It does not matter if he pulled the trigger or not. He obviously does not have the brain cells to avoid the wrong people and situations. If you want to be a rapper…go be a rapper. When you wear the star you better act like you deserve to wear it.

  2. That’s crazy, your getting a chance on an NFL team that’s needy at your position and you get careless like that. Not saying he knew what was going on or anything but ya gotta make better choices youngman SMH.

  3. All of us face the same choices each day, it takes only one bad or good that influences not only youyour familycommunity*and the world. Not only are we responsible for ourselves, but all of our neighbors whom we share this earth with. The hierarchy within our franchise has to thoroughly take accountability, for the decision to employee proper representation for their company.

    • So let me get this straight Elliot. It’s the Dallas Cowboys that “has to thoroughly take accountability” for this young man’s actions that night. First to be in a club/bar late at night/early morning, then be in involved in a fight outside that establishment, then for being in the vehicle from which gun shots were fired KILLING a 20-year-old man, then to NOT GO DIRECTLY TO THE POLICE after the shooting to “proclaim” he was not armed and knew nothing about the ensuing gun play beforehand that resulted in the death of Mr. Ray.

      So LUDICROUS!

      Sure, everyone makes mistakes. The problem is, in this recent everyone is a “victim” mentality culture, no one has to take INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTABILTY for THEIR ACTIONS. It’s always someone/something else’s fault, as your comments attempt to state. IMO, that just perpetuates the negative behavior. Look at the escalating crime in this Country.

      Bottom line, Joseph made several bad choices that night. Choices that probably 99% of people don’t put themselves into. We don’t know if he did the shooting or not. But he appears to be in serious trouble either way.

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