Vic Carucci reports that if the charges against Bills OL coach Aaron Kromer are, in fact, dropped, the team is still expected to suspend him without pay at start of season.
- However, Kromer would still work with the team during training camp.
Mike Rodak of ESPN reports that the charges against Bills OL coach Aaron Kromer and his son, Zachery, were dropped on Friday at the request of the accusers’ parents.
- The two sides reportedly reached agreement on the matter.
Rodak provides the full press release regarding the charges being dropped against Kromer:
Press release from Florida state attorney's office on Kromer charges being dropped pic.twitter.com/t8KhzUgWOr
— Mike Rodak (@mikerodak) July 31, 2015
Bills wound up placing Kromer’s on paid administrative leave, but there has been a lot of talk since the incident occurred that they could look to move on without him.
Assistant offensive line coach Kurt Anderson filled in for Kormer during the team’s training camp practice on Friday.
Kromer allegedly pushed one of the minor boys to the ground and punched him in the face. Beyond that, Kromer allegedly threatened to “kill his family” if told police what happened.
Kromer’s son, Zachary, also received misdemeanor charge for his role in the incident.