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Report: Washington WR facing charges

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Washington may have dodged a bullet when it came to its likely starter at quarterback, but the same reportedly can’t be said for for one of the Huskies’ top returning threats in the passing game.

Citing a source with knowledge of the case, the Seattle Times is reporting that UW wide receiver Damore’ea Stringfellow will be charged with two counts of misdemeanor assault in the fourth degree and one count of malicious mischief in connection to an early-February incident.  In that incident, two UW football players were allegedly involved in a pair of assaults Super Bowl Sunday this past February.  The alleged victim told police that he was punched multiple times in the face by the assailants, whom he later identified by looking up their profiles on UW’s official website.

The UW football players were subsequently identified publicly as Stringfellow and quarterback Cyler Miles.

It was reported Sunday that Miles, expected to replace Keith Price as UW’s starter, would not be facing charges.

In 2013, Stringfellow caught 20 passes for 259 yards.  Stringfellow was projected starter as a heading into spring practice, although he, along with Miles, have been suspended and are not participating.

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9 Responses to “Report: Washington WR facing charges”
  1. mydixienormus says: Apr 1, 2014 12:27 PM

    Not sure if I would call him “one of the Huskies’ top returning threats in the passing game”.

    The dude has potential for sure and came on late last year.

    The Huskies are pretty deep at receiver this year.

    Hope coach Petersen doesn’t drop the hammer too hard on this guy, but he probably will…

  2. swampcannons says: Apr 1, 2014 1:43 PM

    My my my. If it were a UF player you would be on the thread trolling about how he should be banned and it happens all the time there. It happens in your backyard and it’s “hope they don’t drop the hammer too hard on this guy.” Thanks for revealing what a biased homer you are. Glass houses…

  3. mauldawg says: Apr 1, 2014 2:02 PM

    Time for him to hit the road. This wont be the last time the thug comes out.

  4. bigdinla says: Apr 1, 2014 2:36 PM

    SEC SEC!!!

  5. iwishwvuwouldbeatbama says: Apr 1, 2014 5:53 PM

    Ha, Ha, Ha, a Florida fan throwing stones. A school who graduates a cold blooded killer! Lets not mention the numerous NCAA sanctions, since 2005 44 players, including multiple star players, have been arrested, No institutional control!

  6. iwishwvuwouldbeatbama says: Apr 1, 2014 6:11 PM

    @swampcannons

    If i was a gator alumni i would lie about my collegiate affiliation! I would tell everyone i went to clown college, that way i wouldn’t be associated with The University of crime/scumbag’s and i would be telling the truth. Your school sets the standard for all that is wrong in college football! CHOMP, CHOMP!

  7. swampcannons says: Apr 1, 2014 6:22 PM

    @wvu English major:

    Are you as good at Criminal Justice as you are at English and grammar? Apparently so, since he hasn’t been convicted of anything yet. He also didn’t murder anyone while at Florida. Should they have looked into the future before giving him his diploma? Using your logic, USC shouldn’t have graduated OJ Simpson because he went on to allegedly kill 2 people. You keep pulling out these vague assumptions from 2005 when Meyer was still HC. So what’s it gonna be Marty McFly, past or future? We are in the present and enjoy watching you grasp at straws as your jealousy is amusing.

  8. dhardy8207 says: Apr 2, 2014 9:02 AM

    Where are those trolls derekgongorstar, onlyoneleft, rabbi187, packerbadger…just to name a few.

    Oh wait, this isn’t about the SEC so they have no reason to post….

    swampcannons says;

    “He also didn’t murder anyone while at Florida.”

    ———————————————————

    I wouldn’t be so sure to make that statement. He is currently be investigated by the feds for his ? role in 2 murders that occured while playing for the gators. Apparently a gun found has been traced to him and the murders in Florida….

  9. gudy2shoes says: Apr 2, 2014 10:24 AM

    How did this become a Flo-Rida thread?

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