Wide receiver Corey Coleman said Thursday on the first day of Browns training camp he's confident he'll be cleared in the assault investigation that resulted in felony charges against his brother and friend.
"Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah,'' Coleman said when asked if he'll be cleared.
Coleman is still under investigation because a probable cause affidavit filed with the Cuyahoga County grand jury indictment says all three men attacked the 26-year-old Mayfield Heights man.
Jonathan Coleman, a 25-year-old former Kansas State University football player, and Jared Floyd, 24, both of Dallas are charged with felonious assault, a second-degree felony.
Coleman declined to answer questions about the events of that night at his downtown condominium, when a man was beat and then left in the parking garage unconscious. Surveillance videos show Coleman, his brother and friend following Sapp into a stairwell, according to Sapp and police. The fight is not captured on video.