Cincinnati Bengals cornerback leaves training camp after father goes missing

Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Mackensie Alexander has left coaching camp because of a circle of relatives emergency.

In keeping with the NFL Community, Alexander left camp as a result of his father, Jean Odney Alexandre, disappeared Monday whilst on a berry-picking shuttle, government mentioned.

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The file said that Alexandre, 65, went to northwest Okeechobee County with any other guy on Monday to pick out palmetto berries someplace at the prairie, and the opposite guy left Alexandre in the back of, in keeping with the sheriff’s place of business.

If any person has data at the scenario, they must instantly touch the sheriff’s place of business.

Previous within the offseason, Alexander left the Minnesota Vikings and joined the Bengals. A second-round pick of Clemson again within the 2016 NFL Draft, Alexander performed a restricted position for the Vikings. He simplest had 22 tackles, six cross breakups, and one interception in his first two years with the workforce.

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On the other hand, Alexander stepped up over the past two seasons because the Vikings’ nickel cornerback. Since 2018, he has 81 tackles, 15 passes defended and one interception.

Alexander must step right into a beginning position with the Bengals in 2020.

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