There is no set timeline for when the Seattle City Attorney’s Office will decide whether to charge two University of Washington football players for an alleged assault.
The SCAO received a copy of the Seattle Police Department on Sunday. The next step is for a prosecutor to review the report and then decided whether to file charges.
Quarterback Cyler Miles and receiver Damore’ea Stringfellow, two of the Huskies’ most promising young players, were suspended indefinitely on Thursday for an unspecified violation of team rules.
Names in the police report were redacted, but a source has said that the two players accused of assault on Feb. 2 are indeed Miles and Stringfellow.