Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Zach Pascal was a victim of an assault and a robbery on Friday, according to multiple reports.
Pascal was in Upper Marlboro, Maryland, where he was born and raised, when two suspects approached him in the 5300 block of Manor Drive around 2:25 a.m., according police.
Upper Marlboro is located in the Washington, D.C., suburb of Prince George’s County, Maryland.
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The suspects held Pascal at gunpoint and demanded his property. The 28-year-old ultimately surrendered a diamond necklace, police said.
According to WCAU-TV, Pascal received treatment for minor injuries at the scene.
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The Eagles say they have been in contact with Pascal in the aftermath of the incident.
“The organization is aware of the matter involving Zach Pascal. We have been in contact with Zach and are happy to hear he is doing fine,” the team said in a written statement.
Pascal attended Wise High School in Upper Marlboro. He went on to play college football at Old Dominion University and finished his career as the program’s all-time leading receiver.
Police are working to identify and located the suspects.
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Pascal had 15 catches for 150 yards and one touchdown during the 2022 season and recorded two catches for 11 yards in Super Bowl LVII.