The Broncos have tweeted out that despite the ongoing case against him, DL Antonio Smith will be at camp and ready to go with the rest of the team.
Coach Kubiak on Antonio Smith: pic.twitter.com/D6FrqCV7em
— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) July 29, 2015
The Denver Post yesterday wrote that the status on Smith was ‘unchanged.’
As the Broncos grow closer to making a decision on Antonio’s Smith status, his case remains unresolved in Texas.
Despite receiving information from the sheriff’s office in February, the Fort Bend County district attorney has not determined whether he will charge Smith in the criminal abuse allegations leveled against him.
“The complaint is still under investigation and no determination has been made to formally charge Mr. Smith at this time,” the Fort Bend, Texas District Attorney said Monday.
If the status of his case doesn’t change, Smith could report to training camp Thursday with the veteran players. The Broncos excused Smith from voluntary offseason workouts to tend to his personal matters. They have remained in contact with him over the past two months and are expected to determine his status soon. If the Broncos decide they need more time to make a decision on Smith he cannot be fined for his absence from training camp.
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