By Brady Henderson
Washington quarterback Cyler Miles will not face criminal charges over an alleged assault in February, Paul Silvi of KING 5 television reports.
The school has yet to comment on the report.
Miles, a sophomore, was the Huskies' presumptive starter until he was suspended indefinitely along with wide receiver Damore'ea Stringfellow amid an investigation by Seattle Police as to whether the two were involved in an alleged assault during a post-Super Bowl celebration near UW's campus.
Silvi's report made no mention of Stringfellow.
During an interview with 710 ESPN Seattle's "Bob and Groz" earlier this month, Huskies coach Chris Petersen indicated that he would let the legal process play out before making a decision on either player's status. That decision could become evident Tuesday if Miles and/or Stringfellow are present when UW resumes its spring practice schedule.
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