LeGarrette Blount will forever be known to many college football fans as the Oregon player who got tossed for punching a Boise State player. Over a decade later, Blount is in the news again for another fight on the football field.

Blount, who played in the NFL for 9 seasons, is the coach of a 12-and-under youth football team. Saturday night in Gilbert, Arizona, Blount was involved in a fight that broke out in the postgame handshake line. TMZ reports that police were called to the scene and are investigating the incident.

Blount has released a statement apologizing and taking responsibility (via TMZ):

“As a leader, coach, father and a role model I understand my actions are unacceptable,” he added. “I hope and pray for your understanding and forgiveness and plan to continue to be a positive impact in the lives of our youth.”

Blount did say in his statement he believes there’s more to the story than the footage shows … but he explained, “Regardless of that, I take full responsibility for my part in it and for putting myself in this situation.”

Blount last played in the NFL in 2018 with the Detroit Lions.