Eagles’ Star Fletcher Cox Uses Shotgun to Fend Off Alleged Intruder

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Philadelphia Eagles’ star Fletcher Cox used a shotgun to fend off an alleged intruder seeking entry in the defense tackle’s home last week.

Bleacher Report identifies Corbyn Nyemah as the suspect who allegedly tried to enter Cox’s Mullica Hill, New Jersey home.

Philadelphia ABC 6 reports Nyemah “showed up at Cox’s house looking for his ex-girlfriend” and “allegedly damaged her vehicle before attempting to forcibly enter the home by throwing rocks through the front door.” The Philadelphia Inquirer notes that Nyemah fled the scene once Cox armed himself with a shotgun.

Nyemah’s ex-girlfriend secured a temporary restraining order after the alleged incident.

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