Washington Football Team wide receiver Cody Latimer appeared in Douglas County, Colo., court remotely Friday on charges related to his May arrest. He received a mandatory protection order and is scheduled to reappear virtually for a preliminary hearing Aug. 20.

Latimer is expected to report to training camp Tuesday, according to people with knowledge of the situation.

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office posted a statement online after Latimer’s arrest May 16. Deputies were called to a report of gunshots at an apartment complex in Englewood, where they detained three individuals and found one with minor injuries not related to a gunshot. Latimer was the only one taken into custody, and he was released after posting $25,000 bond.

Latimer, 27, was booked on five charges, but court records show he’s now facing eight, including four felonies: second-degree assault, two counts of menacing and tampering with physical evidence. The four misdemeanors include two counts of prohibited use of a weapon and two counts of reckless endangerment.

A former second-round pick by the Denver Broncos, Latimer played the last two seasons with the New York Giants and had a career-high 24 catches and 300 receiving yards to go with 24 kick returns for 570 yards in 2019. He signed with Washington as a free agent in March to provide needed depth and a veteran presence to the team’s receiving corps.

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