Several days ago, we pointed out that an arrest-free Memorial Day weekend could be evidence that NFL players have learned from the misadventures of men like Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
Then again, maybe not.
Per Sharif Durhams of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, police are investigating an unnamed member of the Green Bay Packers in connection with an alleged sexual assault that occurred Saturday morning in Lake Delton, Wisconsin.
According to the report, six members of the team were interviewed and released. They are not believed to have been involved.
Jane Burns of the Wisconsin State Journal reports that the six players are quarterback Matt Flynn, guard Josh Sitton, fullback Korey
Hall, linebacker Brad Jones, linebacker Clay Matthews and safety Khalil Jones. Again, they are not suspects.
A seventh member of the team also spoke to police, and he remains under investigation. The seventh Packer has not been named.
Two women claim they were assaulted at a rental condo at Wilderness Resort Golf Cabins.
A league source tells us that the players were in the area for a Friday golf outing.
UPDATE: A reader has pointed out a link to the list of confirmed attendees for the Friday golf tournament. Seven other Packers were due to attend — T Chad Clifton, T Mark Tauscher, OL Daryn Colledge, K Mason Crosby, RB Brandon Jackson, RB Kregg Lumpkin, and CB Brandon Underwood. However, only three of the six Packers who were interviewed appear on the list of attendees, which means that there may have been others in attendance who were not on the list, either.