Baltimore Ravens running back Bernard Pierce had a scary encounter in his hometown of Philadelphia on Sunday which left him without his wallet and without his vehicle.
Pierce, who played his college football at Temple, was reportedly robbed and carjacked Sunday evening. According to the report, Pierce and a friend were in his car when two men came up in another car. One jumped out with a gun, robbed Pierce and his friend and forced them out of the BMW.
The Ravens are aware of the incident and said they have been in contact with Pierce.
No arrests have been made and no suspects have been identified.
However, Pierce's BMW was recovered in another part of the city, and Philadelphia police are carefully processing it for evidence.
The 23-year-old carried the ball 108 times and tallied 532 yards and one touchdown for the Ravens in 2013. Pierce gained 33 yards on 12 carries in Baltimore's Super Bowl victory over San Francisco.
Via Eye on Football