Former Miami Hurricanes football player Adewale Ojomo arrested

Tennessee Titans defensive end accused of soliciting prostitution

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MIAMI - A former University of Miami football player has been arrested on a charge of soliciting prostitution.

Adewale Ojomo, 25, was booked into the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center on Friday morning.

Miami police said Ojomo solicited sex for money from an undercover officer posing as a prostitute.

According to the arrest report, the officer was standing on the corner of Northeast Second Avenue and Northeast 22nd Street late Thursday night when Ojomo pulled up in his 2013 Lexus GS350 and asked her, "What's up?"

The officer told Ojomo she was "working," and he asked her how much she charged, the report states.

When she asked him what he wanted, the report adds, Ojomo replied, "I want everything."

Ojomo offered the woman $100 for oral sex and sex, the report claims, and he then asked, "You got condoms? I need to go get some." The officer said she had some and directed him across the street.

Police said Ojomo was arrested moments later during a traffic stop.

The Tennessee Titans defensive end played for the Hurricanes from 2008-11. He finished his college career with 79 tackles, 9.5 sacks, three pass deflections and two forced fumbles.

Undrafted by the New York Giants in 2012, Ojomo has spent the past few seasons on the practice squad for the Seattle Seahawks, Buffalo Bills and, most recently, Tennessee.

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