The Kenner Police Department has released a statement regarding New Orleans Saints Wide Receiver Michael Thomas' arrest.

Nick Underhill & Brooke Kirchhofer from New Orleans Football fill us in on some off the details regarding New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas’ arrest Friday afternoon.

Apparently the situation was building up over the last couple of weeks between Thomas and a construction crew working on another property in Thomas’ gated community.

Underhill also reporting, Thomas is still expected to play on Sunday in the Saints game against the Minnesota Vikings.

Late Friday night reports surfaced New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas being arrested by the Kenner Police Department.

WDSU is reporting Thomas complaining about contractors in his neighborhood blocking his driveway with their cars.  Reports have Thomas throwing a brick threw a truck window and pushing a contractor.

The 5-4 Saints have won two in a row and travel to Minneapolis to play the Vikings Sunday afternoon.  Thomas is currently third on the Saints with 38 receptions and 439 yards and one touchdown.

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Thomas has battled injuries since setting the NFL record for catches in one season with 149.  Since setting the record, Thomas has 94 catches in 19 games played.  Thomas missed the entire 2021 season due to injuries.

John Hendrix from Saints News reports why Thomas was arrested.

Will continue to update as news becomes available.

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