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BYU football player Josh Weeks arrested for violation of stalking injunction

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BYU TE Josh Weeks was arrested late Monday night, March 21st and booked shortly after midnight. The arrest detail can be found here and notes the charge as "violation of a stalking injunction." He was released just after 1 a.m. on March 22 and his bail was set at $1,943. BYU Police have confirmed to SB Nation that the Josh Weeks in question is in fact the Josh Weeks on BYU's football roster.

A former three-star recruit out of Arizona, Josh was limited as a freshman in production last year, only playing in the Wagner game, where he caught three passes. Now that Weeks has moved to tight end, a position that should be featured more prominently in BYU's new offense, he was expected to potentially play a bigger role with the team.

We reached out to BYU for comment, but none was provided at the time of this article's publication.

Update: as of late Friday night, KSL is reporting that Josh Weeks has been suspended. The severity of the suspension is not yet known.