Patriots star Julian Edelman ‘arrested for vandalism’ after damaging car
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New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman is in hot water after he was arrested in Beverly Hills, California, for allegedly jumping on a car, according to a police spokeswoman.

The three-time Super Bowl champion was enjoying a night out with friends on Saturday night when things seemingly got a little out of control, according to TMZ .

Edelman was walking on the street at around 9pm when for some unknown reason he hopped up on the car, causing damage in the process.

The 33-year-old was cited for vandalism and released on a citation, Beverly Hills Police Lt. Elisabeth Albanese said in a statement.

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He is expected to appear in court on April 13 to answer the allegation, Albanese said.

Edelman is coming off the back of his most successful regular season of his career to date, in terms of yards gained.

Tom Brady 's right hand man racked up over 1000 yards for the third time in his career, finishing with 1117 in total.

The Patriots were eliminated from the playoffs in the Wildcard round after their offense failed to fire against the Tennessee Titans.

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Edelman was restricted to just three receptions and 30 yards in total in the 20-13 loss.

Legendary quarterback Brady is due to be a free agent in the offseason but he moved quash rumours that he will be retiring despite the defeat.

Some pundits have tipped Brady, 42, to step down after the loss, but Titans linebacker Wesley Woodyard reckons he will keep playing.

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"If there's one thing about Tom, it's that he's a competitor," Woodyard told CNN Sport ahead of his team's win against the Baltimore Ravens.

"He doesn't want his last game to be not hoisting the Lombardi trophy, not winning the Super Bowl, he wants to get that taste out of his mouth.

"I can see Tom competing in this league. He's well over 40 now – he could play a good five or six more years because Tom is truly one of the greatest players that this game has ever seen."

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