A third criminal charge has been laid against the Calgary Stampeders’ all-time leading rusher.
Joffrey Reynolds was arrested July 14 and charged with assault causing bodily harm and breaking and entering with intent towards his former girlfriend.
The former Canadian Football League star is now facing a third charge of common assault.
He has until August 16 to retain a lawyer and remains free on $3,000 bail.
The 32-year-old Texan is also required to report to Canada Immigration Services because his work permit expired in February.
Reynolds played eight years for the Stampeders but was released from the team last year.