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A few things to know about the sexual assault investigation of Baylor's Shawn Oakman

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A few things to know about the sexual assault investigation of Baylor's Shawn Oakman

Time: November 17, 2016 all day
Location: The Fillmore
Event Type: sportsparty
Organized By: justfor
Latest Activity: Nov 17, 2016

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Former Baylor defensive end Shawn Oakman is the subject of a Waco police investigation into a sexual assault allegation made against him on Sunday. Oakman was expected to be picked in the middle rounds of NFL Jerseys Nike April's NFL Draft.


A few things everyone should know:


This is not an arrest at this time, let alone a conviction.


Oakman was likewise a transfer player who'd gotten in trouble Wholesale NFL Jerseys China elsewhere, technically. New Penn State head coach Bill O'Brien booted him amid PSU's larger scandal after a woman caught Oakman trying to steal a sandwich. It would stand to reason that his confrontation with her -- the 6'9 lineman admits to grabbing her wrist in order to get his card back -- concerned the coaching staff more than the sandwich itself.


Watt said that he won't be one of those players who sticks around until he physically is unable to play any longer. But Watt still managed to play at a high level during the 2015 season when he was fighting through a broken NFL Jerseys Wholesale hand, torn abdominal muscles and what the Houston Texans called a "significant groin injury" down the stretch. Despite those myriad injuries, Watt led all defensive linemen with 17.5 sacks, 50 quarterback hits and 29 tackles for loss.


Just this offseason, several big names retired from the NFL NFL Jerseys Authentic and former linebacker Chris Borland said he expects more players to retire early. Calvin Johnson called it quits after a nine-year career with the Detroit Lions. While Johnson wasn't necessarily still in his prime, he had 1,214 receiving yards and nine touchdowns in 2015. Marshawn Lynch broke the news about his retirement via his Twitter account during Super Bowl 50. Injuries sidelined Lynch quite a bit during the 2015 NFL Jerseys From China season, but his retirement at age 29 wasn't necessarily expected.


Watt's playing days are probably not coming to an imminent end, though. He signed a six-year, $100 million contract extension with the Texans prior to the 2015 season and is currently locked in through the 2021 season. That fact, coupled with his continued impact on the field, means Watt is likely to remain in the league for the foreseeable future.


When Watt does decide to call it a career, the Face of the NFL said he'd like to be a high school football coach or maybe pursue a career in movies.

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