Everyone Noticed The Same Thing About Cameron Sutton’s Creepy Mugshot After He Turned Himself In To Police /d

Cameron Sutton in Detroit Lions uniform.Cameron Sutton (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

Cameron Sutton is going to find it quite difficult to get himself on another NFL team after the Detroit Lions released him after they found out he was wanted for domestic battery by strangulation, which is a third-degree felony and could result in a prison term of up to five years.

Cameron Sutton had been wanted by police in Florida since last month before he finally turned himself in on Sunday night.

On Monday, the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office released a video showing Cameron Sutton arriving at a jail in Tampa. They also took a picture and released his mug shot as well, via TMZ.

Many on social media couldn’t help but comment about the serious look on Sutton’s face:

Cameron Sutton had been a wanted man for weeks after police issued a warrant for his arrest on March 7 on a felony count of domestic battery by strangulation. The Detroit Lions learned of his warrant and encouraged him to turn himself in. They would go on to release him the very next day.

One of the Lions’ top free-agent additions last spring, the veteran cornerback did not have the best first year with the team but he did play in all games. He made 65 tackles and had one interception while starting all 17 regular season games.

In the postseason, he struggled against opposing No. 1 receivers.

Cameron Sutton Could Possibly Lose His Career Over Domestic Violence Allegations

GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN – SEPTEMBER 28: Cameron Sutton #1 of the Detroit Lions celebrates after defeating the Green Bay Packers in the game at Lambeau Field on September 28, 2023 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)

The Detroit Lions announced last Thursday that cornerback Cameron Sutton was released by the team. It came one day after the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office in Tampa issued a warrant for Sutton’s arrest on a charge of aggravated battery-domestic violence.

With him struggling last year and not being a top player at his cornerback position, Sutton could be facing the fact of losing his career based on how these charges play out.

His charge is a third-degree felony and carries up to a five-year prison sentence.

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