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Police: Green Bay Packer accused of sexual assault

LAKE DELTON, Wis. (AP) — Authorities in a south-central Wisconsin community say a Green Bay Packers player is being investigated for an alleged sexual assault of two women early Saturday.

Lake Delton police have not released the player's name. They say he was released after being interviewed at a condo where he and six other players were staying and where the women allege the assault happened.

Police Chief Tom Dorner says he will take the case to the district attorney Monday or Tuesday to consider charges.

Packers spokesman Jeff Blumb said in a statement that team officials "are aware of the reported incident and still are gathering facts."

Police cleared all the players except the one accused. They said the cleared players are backup quarterback Matt Flynn, safety Khalil Jones, guard Josh Sitton, fullback Korey Hall, and linebackers Brad Jones and Clay Matthews.

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