Aggravated assault charges against Titans running back Hassan Haskins dismissed

Aggravated assault charges against Tennessee Titans running back Hassan Haskins were dismissed following a hearing Wednesday, according to court records.

Haskins, 23, was charged with felony aggravated assault by strangulation in June following a domestic disturbance with his then-girlfriend. She also was charged with aggravated assault, as well as assault with a deadly weapon and felony vandalism. The status of her case is not known.

Haskins had an original court date scheduled for Aug. 30, but it was pushed to Sept. 25.

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The NFL put Haskins on the commissioner's exempt list in late August, and he cannot play until he has a hearing with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.

The Titans placed Haskins on injured reserve Aug. 28 because of a shoulder injury, making it extremely unlikely he will return in the regular season.

Haskins, the Titans' fourth-round draft pick in 2022, played in 15 games and had 25 carries for 93 yards. On special teams, he returned 19 kickoffs for 414 yards and had 13 tackles in kick and punt coverage.

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