Linebacker Ray-Ray Armstrong of the Oakland Raiders is reportedly being investigated by the Allegheny County Sheriff’s Office for taunting a police dog while taking the field to play the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday

That’s right: Armstrong could face charges. For taunting. A dog. What’s more, taunting a police dog is a third-degree felony in Pennsylvania.

The Raiders player barked at the dog, lifted his shirt and pounded his chest while taking the field for pre-game warm-ups on Sunday, Chief Deputy Kevin Kraus told Read more…

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NFL player investigated for felonious taunting of police dog on field