Two women have accused an unidentified member of the Green Bay Packers with sexual assault at a resort condo in Lake Delton, Wis.
Authorities in Lake Delton said yesterday no additional information would be released involving the claims of the women against a player staying at a the condo early Saturday morning. Six other players are cleared of criminal activity.
Authorities, the Packers and Packers teammates declined to name the player involved.
Police Chief Tom Dorner said he'd turn over results of the investigation to the district attorney today or tomorrow to consider charges.
The agent of the player reported to be the center of the probe did not return repeated calls and messages left by the Associated Press. Dorner said that there wasn't enough evidence or probable cause to make an arrest, but police took an unusual step of releasing the names of six other players who were cleared.
"I am upset that we didn't do anything and our names get thrown out there," backup quarterback Matt Flynn told reporters in Appleton, Wis. "We went and answered as many questions as possible and tried to get it rectified as quickly as possible. There is nothing that I or we did that I am embarrassed about."
The other players cleared were linebackers Clay Matthews and Brad Jones, fullback Korey Hall, guard Josh Sitton and safety Khalil Jones. The Packers issued a one-sentence statement on Saturday saying that they are continuing to gather facts.
In other NFL news:
* The Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints are going to coastal Plaquemines Parish in Louisiana tomorrow to visit areas affected by the Gulf oil spill.
* The Pac-10 concluded its meetings by giving commissioner Larry Scott the authority to pursue any possible expansion, while not committing the conference to adding any more schools. The conference will decide its future plans by the end of the year before negotiating a new television contract for the 2012-13 academic year. Meanwhile, the Big Ten did not take formal action during a meeting about conference expansion, although officials say their timeline may change after the Pac-10's announcement. The 11 school presidents and chancellors of the Big Ten along with Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick met for about 4 1/2 hours, and Big Ten commissioner Jim Delaney said the majority of time was spent on expansion dialogue.
* Nelson Stokley, Louisiana-Lafayette's former football coach and athletic director, has died from complications brought on by Alzheimer's disease. He was 66.
* Sixth-seeded Augusta State defeated golf powerhouse Oklahoma State in Chattanooga, Tenn., for its first NCAA championship in 11 tries.
* Mark Effendian has been named to replace Damon Warren (resigned) as John Bartram High's football coach.
* Former 5,000-meter world champion Richard Limo, of Kenya, who finished second in the Los Angeles Marathon earlier this year, cruised to a victory in the 13th annual San Diego Rock 'n Roll Marathon.
* Ryan Briscoe finished 1.463 seconds ahead of Danica Patrick at the IndyCar Series race in Fort Worth, Texas, on Saturday night. It was the best finish of the season for Patrick.