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Jerramy Stevens Arrested in Florida

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Former Seahawks tight end and current husband to Hope Solo, Jerramy Stevens was arrested again. This time in Florida.

Fox Sports reports police picked Stevens up on Wednesday for alleged parole violation. He was picked up in 2010 for possessing marijuana.

Stevens was arrested earlier this month in Washington state after police were called to a home in Kirkland because of a reported disturbance there. Police found evidence of a fight and noticed blood on Solo's elbow. A judge looked at the case and threw out the case due to a lack of evidence.

Solo said it was not a case of domestic violence, and the two got married after the judge let Stevens go. Solo said this week that her life "is great" and that she has "never been hit in my life."

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