Former Seattle Seahawks linebacker Leroy Hill will not face felony charges stemming from a January arrest following an alleged domestic violence incident.
But that does not mean the free agent is in the clear at this point. Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times reports Hill could face a misdemeanor charge in Issaquah after he city prosecutor reviews the case.
Hill, 30, spent the previous eight seasons with the Seahawks. He’s had issues in his past, including a previous domestic violence incident in Issaquah and marijuana charges. If he’s cleared of the recent charges, perhaps he will have a chance to land a job somewhere.
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