Geno Smith led the Jets to an 8-8 record in his rookie season. (Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)
New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith was involved in an incident at Los Angeles International Airport which led to police being called, reports Rich Cimini of ESPN New York.
According to the report, Smith was involved in an argument with a flight attendant regarding his headphones when the flight attendant forcibly removed them from his head and threw them to the ground. Smith then exited the plane and sought the police who made no arrests in the matter.
Deadspin has published a conflicting report that says police were called after Smith became agitated with the gate attendant, and was escorted out of the airport by police.
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Smith later denied he was a part of any altercation to TMZ.