Court records didn’t list an attorney for Kiel on Monday, and no phone number was listed in his name.
Kiel was arrested last year at Victory Field in Indianapolis after a fight with his girlfriend and police officers. He was a starting quarterback at Notre Dame in the early 1980s. He played for Tampa Bay, Indianapolis and Green Bay in the NFL.
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