Posted Fri Feb 18th by Ian Henson
Some fans in Denver seem to remember and some seem to forget, but Perrish Cox may or may not be playing for Denver when the next season starts.
Cox today had a court date set for March 7th (one day after the potential lockout); this date will determine whether Cox is to stand trial for allegations stemming from an arrest after two felony sexual assault charges were filed this past December.
The young corner could face at worst life in prison or several years in prison (in the real life sector) and/or a four game suspension if he goes to trial or is found guilty of any charge ( in the football sector).
Though admittedly it’s incredibly insensitive to mention here, but this may have a bit to do with the snag in the talks with Champ Bailey. It could also very well determine who the Broncos will be choosing with their first round draft pick.
The good news for Cox? He’s being represented by Harvey Steinberg, yes, that’s the same prolific lawyer who represented Brandon Marshall and Travis Henry during their time in Denver.