Tampa Police have arrested and charged a teen with breaking into the home of Tampa Bay Buccaneer's player Gerald McCoy.
According to police, Justin Frazier, 17, entered McCoy's Tampa home around 3:58 p.m. on Thursday.
McCoy's father, Gerald McCoy Sr., was home at the time and confronted Frazier who had placed several items into a backpack.
According to police, Frazier attacked McCoy Sr. and pulled a gun during the altercation.
McCoy Sr. suffered a broken hand.
Frazier ran from the home and entered a neighboring home where he was arrested, according to police.
Frazier is charged with grand theft, aggravated assault, and two counts of armed burglary.
Tampa Police recovered two guns that were later determined to be pellet-style guns.
Gerald McCoy was not home during the incident.
The Buccaneers played the Atlanta Falcons at Raymond James Stadium.