Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman was about to be released from King County jail Friday afternoon but remained by the team because it has yet to talk to him following his Wednesday two-car crash in Bellevue. The King County prosecutor’s office ios deciding whether to charge Coleman with two felonies.
Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman was about to be released from King County jail Friday afternoon but remained by the team because it has yet to talk to him following his Wednesday two-car crash in Bellevue. The King County prosecutor’s office ios deciding whether to charge Coleman with two felonies. Elaine Thompson AP
Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman was about to be released from King County jail Friday afternoon but remained by the team because it has yet to talk to him following his Wednesday two-car crash in Bellevue. The King County prosecutor’s office ios deciding whether to charge Coleman with two felonies. Elaine Thompson AP
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