ASHBURN, Va. -- Washington Redskins rookie receiver Jamison Crowder will not be suspended over allegations that surfaced in June regarding possible domestic violence, an NFL spokesman confirmed Thursday.
In June, photos of a woman with bruises on her arms and a cut lip surfaced on Crowder's Instagram and Twitter accounts, with allegations that they were caused by the Redskins rookie. The comment under the posting read, in part, "Ive had things thrown at me, poured on me, ive been choked, had a concussion... The list goes on."
But the NFL's investigation found no basis to support the claims and suspend him, and no police report has ever been filed concerning the alleged incident.
At the time, his agent, Tory Dandy, denied that Crowder had hit a woman.
Crowder, a fourth-round pick out of Duke, will help the Redskins in the slot and as a returner this season. Crowder has been limited by a hamstring injury and has played in only one preseason game, catching four passes for 41 yards and a touchdown.