Cleveland Plain Dealer: Donte Stallworth has returned t...

Cleveland Plain Dealer: Donte Stallworth has returned to Cleveland
and has been working out in the Browns' voluntary offseason
conditioning program while police in Miami Beach continue to probe
his involvement in a fatal car-pedestrian accident. Stallworth's
attorney, Chris Lyons, told the newspaper that Stallworth returned
to Cleveland earlier this week. "Donte reported to the Browns on
Wednesday morning and he's been welcomed back by everyone -- his
teammates, the management, the coaching staff, and they've all
been extremely supportive," Lyons said, according to the report.
"It's been good for him to get back to work." Police in Miami
Beach said they are still awaiting toxicology results that could
result in criminal charges against the wide receiver. Police said
it was unlikely they would receive the toxicology report during
the weekend, meaning any charges against Stallworth might have to
wait until Monday or Tuesday at the earliest. In the meantime,
police are continuing to refute South Florida-area media reports
that test results showed Stallworth's blood-alcohol level was
above the Florida legal limit of .08 percent.

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