LITTLE ROCK — Relatives of Dallas Cowboys running back Darren McFadden were among the 28 injured in a a shooting at Power Ultra Lounge early Saturday morning.
According to police via the Associated Press, there were no fatalities in the shooting, in which at least 24 shots were fired in a little over 10 seconds. Authorities have yet to make an arrest in the shooting, but stated it could have been gang related.
Video footage of the Cowboys running back surfaced on Monday:
— victoria price (@victoriapricetv) July 4, 2017
Finally, I want to again send my thoughts and prayers to all those affected by the shooting.”
The former Arkansas Razorbacks running back, who was a Heisman finalist from 2006-07 with the Hogs, is entering his third season with the Cowboys. In 2015, McFadden rushed for 1,089 yards and averaged 4.6 yards per carry despite starting in 10 games of the club’s 16 en route to a 4-12 finish. The Little Rock native has taken more of a backup and mentor role with 2016 first round pick Ezekiel Elliott the feature back in the Cowboys offense.