Former Bryan High football player arrested in Fort Worth slaying

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BRYAN, Tex. (KBTX) - A former Bryan High School football player is now the third person arrested in the fatal shooting of a man in Fort Worth in early January.

Chris-Dion Russell was shot January 11th at an apartment complex in Fort Worth.

Broderick Earl Ross, 18, was arrested Thursday in connection to that slaying. He's now facing a charge of capital murder by terror threat.

Ross was a quarterback for the Bryan Vikings. He was also starting quarterback at McMurry University in Abilene where he led the War Hawks in both rushing and passing yards as a freshman.

Two other McMurry football players, Ryan McBeth and Dontrell Dock, were arrested Wednesday. They're also facing capital murder charges.

Dock is a graduate of Conroe High School.