Caught on Video: Ex-NFL Player Assaults Airline Employee and Gets Arrested

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Video footage captured the moment when former NFL player Brendan Langley got into a fight with a United Airlines employee at Newark Liberty International Airport.

Langley was arrested following the incident and charged with assault.

Both Langley and the employee were seen squaring off against each other. The employee appeared to slap him in the face.

“You saw that sh**?” Langley stated before he punched the employee in the face. The employee was sent crashing behind the check-in counter.

The employee regained his composure and retaliated with another slap. Watch the video:

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The former Denver Broncos cornerback turned wide receiver pushed an employee and threw a few punches, according to TMZ…

The employee was seen standing with blood near his eye as he again approached Langley, who shouted, “You want some more? He wants more!”

The video ended soon after, and it’s unclear what prompted witnesses to record the incident. It’s also unclear what happened prior to the start of the video.

Authorities told TMZ that the United Airlines employee was not arrested, despite Langley claiming the employee threw the first punch. The employee has since been fired, a United Airlines spokesperson told the outlet.

He was selected by the Broncos in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft, and he made his NFL debut in the season opener against the Chargers.

He was eventually surpassed on the depth chart and finished the season with just three tackles in 11 games while playing mostly on special teams.

Langley later made a position switch to wide receiver, but he was released by the team prior to the start of the 2019 regular season.

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