Cowboy Kelvin Joseph has been acquitted in an investigation into a homicide caused by a speeding car shooting in March, according to a report from Dallas internal media.  (Photo by Robin Alam/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

CB Kelvin Joseph of the Dallas Cowboys was acquitted in the murder investigation

Cowboys in Dallas back corner Kelvin Joseph cleared in A local murder investigation stemming from a Shooting from a rally caraccording to a report from the team’s internal media.

Joseph is expected to report to the team on Monday and be fully available for the start of Cowboys training camp in Oxnard, California. A league source told Yahoo Sports on Sunday that the NFL was still monitoring Joseph’s legal cooperation with the Dallas Police Department, which asked him to question him in April, nearly a month after he was identified among a group of men suspected of involvement. At Cameron Ray was shot dead in March outside OT Tavern in eastern Dallas.

The 22-year-old appeared in a video inside and outside the bar as well on March 18, including footage showing a group including Joseph engaging in a fight with a group including Ray. Shortly after that altercation, another video clip showed an SUV being driven by Ray’s group, at which point shots were fired from the vehicle, injuring Ray as he walked into a parking lot.

Joseph was identified as a key person in the case about a month later, after Dallas police revealed footage broadcast by Fox 4 News and received information that Joseph, who is also a rapper under the alias “YKDV Bossman Fat,” was among the searches for men for questioning. Joseph met the police soon after, and cooperated with investigators. His attorney stated in April that Joseph was in the car but was not the shooter and was cooperating fully with the Dallas Police. After meeting with the police, the Cowboys said they were satisfied with Joseph’s cooperation and welcomed his full participation in the team’s off-season program.

OT Tavern and other businesses in the same building were permanently closed earlier this month, after a lawsuit from the city of Dallas alleging that the property’s landlords failed to “take measures to mitigate crime.”

Joseph was a Kentucky State second-round pick for the Cowboys in the 2021 NFL Draft. He also played for a year with LSU. He is expected to get a chance to be a major contributor to high school this season, having played in 10 games as a starter last season.

Cowboy Kelvin Joseph has been acquitted in an investigation into a homicide caused by a speeding car shooting in March, according to a report from Dallas internal media. (Photo by Robin Alam/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

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