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Video of Baker Mayfield arrest released

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KSWO) -

Police in Fayetteville, Arkansas have released dashcam footage from the night University of Oklahoma starting Quarterback Baker Mayfield was arrested in February.

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In one of the two dashcam videos, which is 16 minutes long, you see officers talking with Mayfield as he is leaning up against a concrete wall. The officers turn their back on the quarterback and that is when he attempts to make a run for it. Mayfield doesn't make it more than a few feet before an officer tackles him from the side, slamming Mayfield against a concrete wall. 

Officers placed Mayfield in handcuffs as he struggles on the ground. We have removed the audio portion of the video due to explicit language being used throughout the video.

 Mayfield was arrested and charged with public intoxication, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

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