No charges against Cleveland Browns offensive line coach accused of assault

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BEREA, Ohio -- No charges will be filed against Cleveland Browns offensive line coach Andy Moeller, sources told the FOX 8 I-Team.

Berea City Prosecutor Jim Walters released the ruling Wednesday morning. (Read the full statement here)

The FOX 8 I-Team reported earlier this month that Moeller was being investigated for an alleged assault.

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The Browns suspended Moeller indefinitely right the allegations surfaced.

Wednesday, a Cleveland Browns spokesman released the following statement:

“Andy Moeller’s suspension by the team remains indefinite. We will withhold further comment until the appropriate time.”

The alleged incident happened at Moeller's home in Berea earlier this month.  A female friend called police to the house, saying Moeller had attempted to strangle her. She at first told police she wanted to file charges, and then later changed her mind.

The incident was not considered a possible domestic case because the woman does not live at the house and is not related to Moeller.

This isn't the first time Moeller has been suspended. The Baltimore Ravens suspended Moeller for two games in 2011 for violating the league's personal conduct policy following a conviction for driving under the influence.