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Marvin White denies making threats at his child’s daycare center

Seattle Seahawks v Cincinnati Bengals

SEATTLE, WA - SEPTEMBER 23: Marvin White # of the Cincinnati Bengals walks off the field against the Seattle Seahawks at Qwest Field on September 23, 2007 in Seattle, Washington. The Seahawks defeated the Bengals 24-21. (Photo by Tom Hauck/Getty Images)

Tom Hauck

Every once in a while, I type a headline and then ask myself if I ever dreamed I’d be crafting that specific collection of words, in that specific order.

This story was the most recent one to spark that thought.

Bengals safety Marvin White, whose Thursday arrest was the meat within the Pacman-CedBen Cincinnati arrest sandwich, denies engaging in the behavior that resulted in White being busted for disturbing the peace. Specifically, White allegedly caused a ruckus and made threats at the daycare center his child attends.

White’s agent, Kevin Conner of Universal Sports Entertainment, has released the following statement to PFT on White’s behalf: “I would like to sincerely apologize for the recent unfortunate situation. I have never been arrested during my career in the NFL. I didn’t make any threats while I was present at my children’s daycare. I have been there on numerous occasions and several autographed photos of myself with my kids are present. In addition, I have been invited by management to engage kids and parents through positive interaction and school activities. I am looking forward to putting this situation behind me.”

White has 19 career starts in five NFL seasons.