He reportedly got nabbed for taking underwear and a bottle of cologne out of a Dillard's in Frisco, Texas. Randle is facing a Class B Misdemeanor charge of theft valued from $50 to $500. The team does not plan to suspend him.
Dallas Cowboys RB Joseph Randle won't be suspended but will be fined between $10,000 & $30,000, sources said. That'd buy a lot of underwear.— Brandon George (@DMN_George) October 14, 2014
According to Hill, Randle was busted by video surveillance in the store. He was taken to Frisco city jail after his arrest, but was soon released after posting bond.
Randle has been a role player for the Cowboys this season behind DeMarco Murray on the depth chart. In Sunday's marquee win over the Seattle Seahawks, he had a season-high five carries for 52 yards -- nearly half of his 113 rushing yards this season.
Monday's arrest could affect Randle's place on the team, though it comes off more as odd. The running back signed a four-year contract worth $2.35 million after being drafted in the fifth round of the 2013 NFL Draft.
UPDATE: The Dallas Morning News has released additional details from the police report, including a description of the surveillance video, which reportedly showed Randle walking into the men's underwear section of Dillard's and dropping a two-pack of Polo underwear valued at $39.50 into his shopping bag. He also grabbed a tester bottle of Gucci Guilty Black cologne valued at $84 before getting stopped in the parking lot by security.
The arrest report indicates that Randle was cooperative with police, though he told them that he "should have just kept walking to his car if he knew he would be arrested." Randle also reportedly described the security officer who grabbed him as the "old guy."
Randle was arrested at 8:17 p.m. local time Monday, then let out of Frisco County jail early Tuesday after posting $350 bail. Neither Randle nor the Cowboys have yet to comment directly on the incident.
Randle may be subject to punishment from the league. Theft is considered a violation of the NFL's personal conduct policy.