Joseph Randle Tells Judge He Cannot Afford Lawyer or Bail

Alec NathanFeatured ColumnistFebruary 24, 2016

FILE - In this Sept. 27, 2015, file photo, Dallas Cowboys' Joseph Randle stands in the team bench area during an NFL football game against the Atlanta Falcons, in Arlington, Texas. Former Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle was jailed early Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2015,  after an altercation at a Kansas casino. Randle was asked to leave the Kansas Star Casino in Mulvane late Tuesday after causing some unspecified concerns on the casino floor, said Fred Waller, an enforcement agent with the Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission. Randle left, but then returned. Randle started arguing with security officers, and a scuffle ensued, Waller said. Several agents had to restrain him and he was taken to the county jail. (AP Photo/Brandon Wade, File)
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Former Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle appeared in Sedgwick County District Court on Wednesday and told the judge he can't afford a lawyer or to post $100,000 bail after being arrested in Kansas on Sunday, according to KAKE News

Randle was reportedly arrested on three counts of aggravated battery, one count of drug possession and one count of criminal damage, per TMZ Sports.   

Over the course of his three-year career, Randle's total cash earnings came out to over $1.3 million, per Spotrac

Joseph Randle's Earnings By Season
SeasonSalarySigning BonusTotal Cash

Since getting cut by the Dallas Cowboys in early November, Randle has had several run-ins with the law. According to the Associated Press (via, Randle was arrested just weeks after his release from the team after he was involved in an altercation at a Wichita casino. 

Randle was then arrested again on Feb. 1 after the family of his ex-girlfriend called the police and reported him for trying to stay at their home, per TMZ Sports. When the police arrived and found Randle sitting in his car, he was arrested on an outstanding speeding warrant. 

At the time, TMZ reported that Randle told officers from the Irving Police Department, "This is the end of my career."