Hours after a video obtained by TMZ showed Jaguars defensive end Dante Fowler as a spectator to two women fighting, he, the team and the NFL issued statements Tuesday. The 29-second package had no audio. It included 15 seconds of video footage, followed by seven still photographs. At no point did Fowler assert himself physically into the confrontation. TMZ identified one woman as the mother of Fowler’s child and the other woman is “believed to be his girlfriend.” The police weren’t called to investigate the altercation, which reportedly occurred Feb. 1. The statements: NFL: “These are disturbing images and we will review the matter.” The Jaguars: “Dante brought the incident to our attention prior to the video being released and was embarrassed and remorseful. Violence of this type against others is unacceptable in our society and to our organization. We will continue to look into the incident while offering resources and providing support to Dante and his family to help them through this private matter.” Fowler: “I am embarrassed and have apologized for my actions to everyone involved. As a family, we have been dealing with this moment and the conflict that led to it since this occurred. The video surfacing is a sad reminder that emotions got the best of all of us. I take 100 percent responsibility for everything that happened.” Fowler did not return a message to the Times-Union requesting a comment. That the NFL felt compelled to release its terse statement is puzzling considering Fowler was not the aggressor on the video and the police weren’t called. In the video, Fowler appeared to be talking to one of the women before backing out of the way. The second woman kicked off her shoes and the fight started. The video showed several still photographs of the women grappling on the floor before Fowler appeared to intervene. Fowler was the third overall pick in last year’s draft and the first defensive player selected. But an hour into the opening rookie minicamp practice last May, he sustained a torn left anterior cruciate ligament and was sidelined for the entire 2015 season. Fowler has spent the offseason training at the Jaguars’ EverBank Field headquarters. In an interview last week, Jaguars coach Gus Bradley said of Fowler: “How he looks and how he’s gone about things has been tremendous. Off the charts. I just really like his attitude and work ethic.”