It appears Green Bay Packers defensive back Brandon Underwood may avoid criminal charges after two Milwaukee women claimied they were sexually assaulted by Underwood early Saturday morning at the Wilderness Resort in Lake Delton. Underwood was among 7 players questioned by police after the incident and was the only one who remained under investigation. The players were at the resort for a golf outing hosted by Clay Matthews. Matt Flynn, Korey Hall, Josh Sitton, Kahlil Jones and Brad Jones were also questioned and later released. Underwood reportedly told police the sex was consensual and the women apparently changed their story about what happened when interviewed. Authorities say they will not reccomend criminal charges although the final charging decision belongs to the Sauk County District Attorney. Even if no charges are brought, the incident leaves an embarrassing stain on the Packers organization. Incidents like this seem to becomming more routine in light of Ben Roethlisberger's problems in Pittsburgh and other cases around the NFL but Packers fans at least could say it's only a problem in other cities....not anymore. Pro athletes have to have a better understanding about putting themselves in unenviable and even compromising positions, something Underwood and all of the players in Lake Delton painfully learned this past weekend.
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