Jaguars safety Earl Wolff apparent victim of February kidnapping

Night net Jaguars safety Earl Wolff was the apparent victim of a kidnapping on Feb. 23, according to police reports obtained by the Fayetteville (N.C.) Observer. One of the suspects in the case was arrested Thursday.A relative of Wolff's and a source at N.C. State (where Wolff played football) confirmed to the Observer that he was abducted by a group of men in Fayetteville and was released, unharmed, after an unknown amount o

f time. MORE: Night net coaching index | Kam Chancellor wants to be judged by character, not skinThe Eagles' 2013 fifth-round draft pick has since returned to Florida. Tad Dickman, senior manager of public relations for the Jaguars, confirmed Wolff was safely with the team. Spoke w/ @Ewolff28 and he's doing well, mentally & physically.I ask that the media please respect his privacy.— Tad Dickman (@Tdickman89) March 5, 2016Police say they first received a call about the kidnapping at 3 a.m. Feb. 23. Wolff had been visiting friends and was walking to his car when a group of men forced him into his vehicle at gunpoint. He was later released, and police have since recovered his car.One of the suspects, Bobby Deshawn Bailey, has been charged with robbery with a dangerous weapon, first-degree kidnapping, conspiracy, larceny, possession of a stolen vehicle and possession of marijuana. His bail has been set at $156,000. No other suspects have been identified in the incident as of Saturday afternoon. Wolff played in 18 games in two years for the Eagles (including seven starts) before suffering a knee injury. He was waived by Philadelphia in August 2015, and was later signed by the Jaguars.