Jarvis Landry to meet with NFL about alleged domestic incident, per report

Jarvis Landry has been cleared by the law. Up next, the NFL. (Allen Eyestone/The Post)

DAVIE — Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry will meet with the NFL on October 24 to discuss an alleged domestic incident, according to ESPN NFL reporter Josina Anderson.

Last month, the Broward State Attorney said he would not pursue charges stemming from an April 1 incident in Fort Lauderdale involving Landry’s girlfriend. The NFL can administer punishments, even in situations where a player is not charged.

Coach Adam Gase said Wednesday that it is a league matter.

Last month, Palm Beach Post reporter Hal Habib outlined details of findings made by assistant state attorney Stefanie Newman.

• The incident involved the mother of Landry’s then-4-month-old daughter. A dispute occurred after the woman said she wanted to enter his residence to collect her belongings but he said he would have them sent to her.

•  A “very brief,” inconclusive surveillance video initially led investigators to suspect Landry may have slapped her twice. The video was turned over to the office’s forensic technology department. Once clarity was enhanced, investigators agreed with both parties that no slaps took place and that any physical contact between the two occurred when he reached for her cellphone and tossed it in her vehicle.

Shortly after the incident, Landry’s girlfriend, Estrella Cerqueira said it was no more than a vocal argument.

Landry always contended his innocence. After the legal resolution, Landry said: “I am very thankful that this matter is over and my family and I can put this behind us now.”

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