Former Football Player Pleads Not Guilty to Kansas Charges

Former Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle has pleaded not guilty to several Kansas charges.

Randle on Friday pleaded not guilty to a criminal threat charge stemming from accusations that he threatened to kill a Sedgwick County jail deputy.

The Wichita Eagle reports Randle also entered not guilty pleas to charges accusing him of backing into three people with his car and kicking in the door of a Wichita home earlier this year. And, he pleaded not guilty to a charge of interfering with law enforcement in March.

Randle, who is from Wichita, is being held on $50,000 bond. He’s scheduled for trials in all three cases September 19.

The former NFL running back was released by the Cowboys last year.