Former Houston Texans TE Ryan Griffin’s Misdemeanor Cases Dismissed in Settlement

Former Texans tight end Ryan Griffin, released from the team following his arrest, had his misdemeanor vandalism and public intoxication cases dismissed Friday in Nashville, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports citing court records.

Griffin was ordered to pay a total of $195 in court costs during a settlement conference before Judge Melissa Blackburn.

Griffin, 29, was arrested on April 27 during the NFL draft for allegedly breaking a hotel window at the Hotel Indigo.

Weeks later, the Texans terminated Griffin’s contract.

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