PASCO, Wash. (AP) - A minor league football player is being evaluated by mental health professionals after two incidents in which he entered a secured area at the airport and then bit the finger off a jailer. Michael Rayfield Hodges, who has played for the Tri-Cities Fever of arenafootball2, is under close guard in the Franklin County jail. Hodges, 25, met with a state psychologist on Monday and may face extended mental health treatment. His planned appearances in Franklin County Superior Court were canceled Monday, in part because of security concerns.
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