Titans rookie Taylor Lewan's assault case resolved

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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