Thursday October 23rd, 2014

The assault charges against Titans offensive lineman Taylor Lewan have been resolved, his attorney said Thursday, according to The Tennessean's Jim Wyatt.

Lewan's attorney informed a Michigan court that "the parties have reached a resolution in the case," Wyatt reports.

The Titans selected Lewan with the 11th pick in this year's draft. He is the team's starting left tackle.

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Lewan was facing three misdemeanor charges stemming from a fight outside a restaurant near the University of Michigan campus last December after the Wolverines' game against Ohio State. Lewan played for Michigan last season.

A jury trial in the case was scheduled to begin on Oct. 27, during the Titans' bye week.

- Dan Gartland

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