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University of Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham has been dismissed by the team after having a breakout sophomore season for the Tigers. He had previously been suspended indefinitely by the team recently for being the main focus of a burglary investigation.
USA Today reports that the police did not arrest Green-Beckham, but he pushed an 18-year-old woman down a flight of stairs after breaking into the house, according to the police report. The woman did not want to press charges against Green-Beckham though.
It is possible that charges may still be pressed against Green-Beckham though, according to The Kansas City Star. The police can forward a case to prosecutors, but this is a rare occurrence, and police already completed their investigation of the burglary.
Green-Beckham played two seasons at Missouri and had a promising career with realistic NFL dreams. He had 883 receiving yards with 12 touchdowns for the Tigers in his sophomore season. He had previous troubles with the law though, including two marijuana-related arrests.