The Miami-Dade Office of the State Attorney has decided
Miami Beach police investigated claims made by a South Florida man that alleges the brothers assaulted him during the party. Miami Beach police turned over all the information it gathered during the investigation to the state attorney's office, which decided there wasn't enough evidence to file charges.
"This confirms that the previous claim that the brothers were involved was false and fabricated by individuals seeking notoriety and monetary gain," said Jeff Ostrow, personal counsel to the Pounceys.
The Pounceys are still facing a civil lawsuit from the alleged victims.
The report says that despite missing last year due to a knee injury and having a year left on his deal he gets a max contract. He now makes $14 million total for 2014.
"It was a big step for my coaches to see it, my teammates to see it, and for me, it was pretty cool," he added. "I was able to block guys and finish on some plays. It was pretty awesome."
Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was thrilled to have his Pro Bowl center back.
"He’s a comfort blanket, and he’s a leader of this team and a leader of the offensive line, and it’s just good to see him out there because he’s a football player and he loves the game," Roethlisberger said. "It was great to see as a friend. He’s a guy that worked so hard to get back out here, and it’s fun to see him back in the pads."
|10||11/9/14||@ NYJ||1:00 pm|
|11||11/17/14||@ TEN||8:30 pm|
|Bye: Week 12|
|14||12/7/14||@ CIN||1:00 pm|
|15||12/14/14||@ ATL||1:00 pm|
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