Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay could face court dates for two separate cases during the upcoming NFL season, according to a report from The Indianapolis Star.
Irsay's court date for his trial on operating while intoxicated charges is likely to be in October or November, while a court date for his case involving the custody of two children who live with their mother in a home Irsay paid for could come before then.
A bench trial for the OWI case was set for Aug. 28 before Irsay's request for a delay, which was filed by his lawyers Monday and not opposed by a prosecutor. An attorneys' conference for the custody case is set for Sept. 2.
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Irsay could also face punishment from the NFL. League spokesman Greg Aiello said told the Star that Irsay's situation is "under review."
- Chris Johnson