A league security representative asked for “any and all documentation regarding the reported theft of items belonging to Jabrill Peppers” and “any documentation indicating Jabrill Peppers is not a suspect in (Carroll’s) homicide.”Peppers’ firearm was stolen Jan. 29, according to the Cleveland Police Department’s report. A spokesperson from the department told News 5 that Peppers “is not a suspect in any investigation, only a victim of theft.” Related News Browns asking NFL to let Kareem Hunt remain with team during suspension, report says “We are aware of the situation in Cleveland,” the Giants said in a statement to The Athletic. “The NFL has been aware of this situation for some time. Jabrill is not the subject of an investigation by the Cleveland Police Department.” He recorded 79 tackles and one interception in 2018. The NFL has requested some information about Jabrill Peppers from the Cleveland Police Department.The Giants safety’s gun was stolen earlier this year and Marsha Carroll, a 57-year-old woman who had been considered a suspect in the robbery, was found beaten on Feb. 6 and later died, according to News 5 Cleveland. The department later re-emphasized that statement on Twitter.Just to be clear, Mr. Peppers is not a suspect in any incidents with @CLEpolice. This is a little misleading 👇🏼 https://t.co/TJ3kTnsmmX— Cleveland Police (@CLEpolice) March 26, 2019Authorities, however, confirmed that an internal investigation regarding the handling of the theft is underway.Peppers, 23, was traded from the Browns to the Giants earlier this month.