Ray Lewis Son Charged With 3rd Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct. 

Ray Lewis III, son of former Baltimore Ravens star Ray Lewis, has been charged with third-degree criminal sexual conduct.

Two victims told authorities that Lewis III, a sophomore cornerback for the Coastal Carolina University football team, sexually assaulted them on Saturday, Jan. 23, at an apartment near campus, according to police records
Lewis, 20, turned himself into the police on Friday, according to a WMBF News Report. His arrest warrant alleges knowledgeable sexual battery of an 18-year-old female who was incapacitated from the use of drugs and/or alcohol.

Lewis III played at the University of Miami, his father’s alma mater, for two seasons before transferring to Coastal Carolina last year. In 12 games in the 2015 season, Lewis III was credited with 14 tackles.

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Jay Cutler Might Stay In Chicago After This Season

After a battery of tests and multiple medical opinions, Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is dealing with a partially torn labrum in his throwing shoulder, according to several sources informed of his condition.

In addition to the injury, he’s also dealing with significant wear-and-tear on this right shoulder from years of bumps, bruises, and countless throws. The result is painful tendonitis that threatens to end his season

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It’s unclear if Cutler will need shoulder surgery. If he does, his dealings with the Bears becomes more complicated. With no guaranteed money left on his seven-year, $126-million contract, the Bears could release him.

The other part of the story surrounds Cutler’s contract for next year. His base salary for 2017 is just $12.5 million, plus another $2.5 million in roster bonuses. That’s good money for a starting QB.

Although the Bears tried to trade him a few years back — and coach John Fox clearly not too fond of him — there’s no guarantee they’ll improve at the position next year. The draft is considered a very weak one at the quarterback position. Brian Hoyer has shown some improvement  as his backup and would’ve kept the starting job had he not suffered a broken forearm. But his contract is up after this season, and he could catch the interest of some teams in need of a QB.

Plus, what if Fox is fired after the season? Could a new coach embrace Cutler?

Cutler might be released after the season. But given so much uncertainty at the position and the options available, it’s far from a sure thing that he’s gone in Chicago.