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Kircus finds himself in court over assault charge



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May 30, 2007
DENVER — A restraining order against Denver Bronco David Kircus, an Imlay City High School graduate, was relaxed in court last Friday.

This allowed Kircus to leave the state last weekend, the Denver Post reported.

The judge also scheduled July 12 as the tentative date for a preliminary hearing in a case where Kircus allegedly struck and threatened a man outside a party.

On Monday, May 21 Kircus had been identified by police as a "person of interest" in an alleged assault that took place the previous morning.

Later that day, Kircus was arrested on suspicion of second degree assault and violent crime.

Kircus's status with the team. The 6-2 and 192-pound performer, a former Grand Valley State University standout, joined the Denver Broncos as a future contract signee on January 3, 2006.

He hauled in nine catches for 187 yards a year ago. That works out to an average of 20.8 yards per reception.

He also returned six punts for 86 yards (a 14.3 yard average) and two kickoffs for 38 yards (a 19.0 average).

Before coming to Denver, Kircus played for the Detroit Lions.

Denver Bronco officials have stated they would allow the legal process to unfold before determining Kircus' future with the team.

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