Currently, Walton is facing a felony charge of carrying a concealed weapon along with misdemeanor charges of resisting an officer without violence, marijuana possession, and reckless driving.
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Dolphins coach Brian Flores said Saturday that "people deserve a second chance" in reference to the Walton tryout. The legal matters from his arrests on January 16, February 16 and March 12 are still pending, and he could face potential discipline from the league.
But Walton has surfaced again with the Miami Dolphins on a tryout basis, which was perhaps the only place he'd get one last shot given his Miami Hurricanes background. "We hope his situation gets resolved, but we don't want to take anything away from the good work that so many other players have already begun to demonstrate". "I'm trying to leave an impression on the coaches".More news: Bond 25: Production Delayed After Daniel Craig Is Injured On Set
The arrests are going to haunt Walton at least until there is a resolution.
"We want to definitely take a look at him and see if he was a fit for us on the field and off the field". Miami also drafted fullback Chandler Cox and running back Myles Gaskin in the seventh round of the draft.More news: Salah enjoys Premier League Golden Boot win
"He's a talented player", Flores said of Walton.