Jordan Webb, CU’s starting quarterback for much of the 2012 football season, pleaded guilty to third-degree assault Tuesday. He was charged and arrested in May following an incident that also led to the arrest of former offensive lineman Alex Lewis on different charges.
Webb, a senior at CU, tore a ligament in his knee during an April 9 football practice and is rehabilitating following surgery on April 18. CU’s official athletic website notes, “There is now the chance that he could return early in the season, but that is also dependent on a legal situation resolving itself.”
Correction: An earlier version of this story indicated that Webb pleaded guilty to the same charges Lewis faces. In fact, Webb pleaded guilty to third-degree assault while Lewis still faces charges of second-degree assault and two misdemeanor charges.
Information sourced from Boulder Daily Camera.
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