Jacquese Kirk (Rivals.com)Nothing warms the heart like two football players from the same school getting together to talk about old times, at least until a fight starts and one stabs the other with a pocket knife.
Last month, according to a police report obtained by the Tennessean, then-Vanderbilt receiver Jacquese Kirk stabbed former Vanderbilt player Justin Cabbagestalk at a Nashville bar on April 7. News broke a week ago that Kirk was transferring, and now we know why.
No charges will be pressed and the case is considered closed because Cabbagestalk “wanted to let the matter die” and “would not assist in prosecution," the Tennessean said, referring to the police report. He suffered only minor injuries.
The trouble on April 7 started when Cabbagestalk, who the Tennessean said last played in 2010 (Kirk's first season with Vanderbilt was 2011), saw Kirk at The Tin Roof bar in Nashville.
According to the report, Kirk told police he saw Cabbagestalk, who made hand gestures at him across the bar. Cabbagestalk asked him to step around the corner to talk. Kirk claims Cabbagestalk hit or pushed him in the head after he declined, and the Tennessean explained what happened next:
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According to the report, Kirk said he pulled out “a little pocket knife, stabbed the victim, closed the knife and put it back in his