Sports Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn Breaking News Two pit bulls allegedly belonging to NFL wide receiver Demaryius Thomas attacked a woman and her pet dog this week causing major injuries … and now officials have launched an investigation. Jennifer Savage told WSB-TV in Atlanta she was hanging out on her front lawn with her own dog Thursday when out of nowhere, 2 pits went after her pooch. “I look up, not even paying attention, and I see two pit bulls charging at me, showing their teeth and growing at me,” Savage said. The woman says she tumbled down a hill trying to protect her dog from the pit bulls — but couldn’t stop the animals from taking “huge chunks” out of her dog. Savage says she suffered bite wounds to her arms and legs — and needed stitches. Her dog, Berkley, was so badly injured he needed emergency surgery. “They shaved his entire body and there’s punctures and tubes all in him,” she told WSB-TV. The news outlet says a police report identifies Thomas as the owner of the 2 pit bulls. We’re out to law enforcement but haven’t heard back. Savage told WSB-TV she’s obviously very upset and wants to pursue charges against Thomas over the incident. We reached out to DT’s rep for comment but haven’t heard back. Thomas was a star WR for the Denver Broncos, Patriots, Texans and NY Jets — but he’s currently a free agent. Thomas is a proud pit bull owner — and even has an IG page for his dogs. This article was originally published by Tmz.com. Read the original article here. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn Products You May LikeArticles You May Like ‘Zenon’ Star Kirsten Storms Sued Over Boyfriend Skipping Bail Carole Baskin Clarifies Letter Mentioning Thought of Killing First Husband Michael Jordan’s Kickstarting Wave Of Minority Owners, Says Driver Jesse Iwuji Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik Welcome Baby Girl Edgerrin James Tricks Out ’75 Chevy Caprice For HOF, Rollin’ To Canton!