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Topic - William Stanley
Former NFL player and assistant coach Corwin Brown received a suspended four-year sentence Tuesday for striking his wife and holding her hostage during a police standoff, after his wife said sending him to prison would do more harm to him and their family.
A psychiatrist and a psychologist will examine former Notre Dame assistant football coach Corwin Brown to determine his mental status as he faces charges of striking his wife and holding her hostage in their home, a judge said Wednesday.
Former Notre Dame assistant coach Corwin Brown officially notified a judge Wednesday that he plans to defend himself against charges of striking his wife and holding her hostage by claiming he has a mental defect caused by brain injuries he sustained while playing football in the NFL and college.
Suspended Notre Dame wide receiver Michael Floyd pleaded guilty Wednesday to misdemeanor drunken driving and was sentenced to a year of probation. Whether he plays next season remains unclear.
Suspended Notre Dame star wide receiver Michael Floyd hopes to have a plea deal in place on his misdemeanor drunken driving charge before his next court appearance in June, his attorney said Monday.
Brown moved back in with his wife and three children in their Granger home about a month ago, Stanley said.
"I didn't think it was an issue. I think things get lost," Stanley said later, outside court. "I think the real issue before the court today was what was best for the community, what was best for the family and what was best for him. I didn't want to cloud it with any discussions about the perils of playing football and concussions or anything else we read about. If that's an issue, it will come up later on."