Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Bills OL coach Aaron Kromer was arrested early Sunday for battery with intent to cause bodily harm.
According to Rapoport, Kromer’s arrest for assault and battery was for a physical altercation with his neighbor’s son.
As part of the NFL’s latest personal conduct policy, violations involving assault or battery of any kind will result in a baseline six-game suspension for first offenses. More games can be added to the suspension for “aggravating factors,” but again, there aren’t many specifics yet about Kromer’s arrest and the incident leading up to it.
Here is the information from the Walton County (Fla.) Jail on #Bills OL coach Aaron Kromer’s arrest and charge
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) July 12, 2015