HILLSBORO, Ore. -- Former Oregon cornerback Cliff Harris was arrested on a domestic harassment charge Friday night outside a Hillsboro Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant.
Hillsboro Police Lt. Reimann said the department received reports that Cliff Harris and his girlfriend were fighting in a parking structure near the restaurant.
"We understood that there was some pushing and shoving going on between the two," said Lt. Reimann.
Reimann said that the woman didn't press charges. While Harris was cooperative with police, Lt. Reimann said officers arrested Harris just after 10 p.m. Friday night based on the witness reports.
Harris posted bail and was released from jail Saturday afternoon. He's expected to appear in court this week.
Friday's arrest was the second in a week for Harris. He was charged with marijuana possession in New Jersey on Monday night after a police officer smelled pot in his car. Harris was cut from the New York Jets on Tuesday.
Marijuana possession led to Harris' dismissal from the Oregon football team in 2011.