The Philadelphia Eagles were the only team to reach out to the Tampa Police Department for information about the Reuben Foster arrest for domestic violence, according to A.J. Perez of USA TODAY Sports.

Foster's ex-girlfriend, Elissa Ennis, was with Foster in the team hotel Saturday and alleged that the former first-round draft pick slapped her phone out of her hands and slapped her on the face. When police arrived, they found a one-inch scratch on her collarbone.

Ennis also accused Foster of domestic violence earlier this year, but she recanted her statement and the charges were eventually dropped. Even with the charges dropped, the NFL suspended him for two games.

The Eagles decided not to put a claim in on the former Alabama Crimson Tide star, and he has wound up with the Washington Redskins. They were instantly criticized for the decision, and the team put out a statement saying they don't condone the type of actions Foster is accused of:

“The Redskins fully understand the severity of the recent allegations made against Reuben,” Senior Vice President of Player Personnel Doug Williams said in the statement via Sports Illustrated. “If true, you can be sure these allegations are nothing our organization would ever condone. Let me be clear, Reuben will have to go through numerous steps including the full legal process, an investigation and potential discipline from the NFL, as well as meetings with counselors associated with the team before he will ever have the opportunity to wear the Burgundy and Gold as a player.”

Reuben Foster has been placed on the exempt list while the NFL continues to investigate the claims made against him.