Former Dallas Cowboys football player, Anthony McClanahan, 46, has been charged with murder after allegedly slicing his wife's throat. Keri (KC) McClanahan, 28, seemingly put up a desperate fight before she was bludgeoned to death by a small, sharp knife she'd worn sheathed in a nylon paracord bracelet, charging documents stated.

According to People, an unnamed person called 911 after allegedly seeing Anthony crawling through the hallways of the Park Regency condominiums in Park City, UT, screaming for help. Police then found him covered in blood outside in the early morning of Nov. 2. He lifted himself up just enough to flag down a police officer, then dropped back down and began convulsing, his arms making a "snow angel motion," the officer on scene told prosecutors.

Anthony was treated for minor injuries and told officers he, his wife, and his child had been attacked. However, investigators found no evidence of anyone else going into the building. Keri had suffered several cuts to the front, back and sides of her neck, as well as other defensive wounds and carpet burns. Last month, Anthony was charged with child kidnapping after authorities said he took his 8-year-old son from a previous relationship from his school in Arizona on Oct. 3 and traveled with him throughout Nevada and Utah.

Anthony played four years with the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League in the mid-1990s after a collegiate career at Washington State University. He was in training camp with the Dallas Cowboys of the NFL in 1994 but never played in a game. Currently, he is being held in the Salt Lake County jail, where he has been held without bail since being detained earlier this month.