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Pro Bowl players advised to avoid Honolulu nightclub

Players at the Pro Bowl have been warned to stay away from the club in which Redskins tackle Trent Williams was attacked Friday morning, according to a league source. Williams required stitches after the incident at "M Nightclub" in Honolulu.

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NFL Security made the recommendation "pending (the) outcome of a criminal investigation being conducted by the Honolulu Police."

One male has been arrested for "Assault in the 3rd degree," Captain Andrew Lum of the Honolulu Police Department said in a statement. Three males were injured and two were treated and released from the hospital.

Update: A source informed of the police investigation told NFL.com's Ian Rapoport that Williams needed seven stitches after being hit over the head with a champagne bottle. He never lost consciousness. Police were told the aggressors were under the influence of substances beside alcohol. Twenty to 30 players were present that evening as rapper 2 Chainz hosted a party, according to the Houston Chronicle.

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