AUSTIN -- No charges will be brought against University of Texas football players Jordan Hicks and Case McCoy, Hicks' attorney said in an email Wednesday.
Hicks' attorney Perry Minton said he spoke with the San Antonio Police Department who said no charges will be filed against the players or anyone else in the matter. He says the case is closed, however the San Antonio Police Department says it is still reviewing the case.
According to the Bexar County District Attorney's Office, they have not received any case related to the accused UT players, so they have no comment.
Minton said Hicks will return to school at University of Texas when the winter break ends.
No word yet from the UT Athletic Department about the suspension of both players.
The players were accused of sexually assaulting a woman in the early morning hours of Dec. 28 in San Antonio where the football team was staying during the Alamo Bowl.
Texas sent McCoy, the brother of former Texas star and current Browns quarterback Colt McCoy, and Hicks home on the eve of the Alamo Bowl for violating team rules.