NFL clears Ravens WR Zay Flowers of any violations of personal conduct policy

According to the Baltimore Sun, a domestic violence investigation into Ravens second-year wide receiver Zay Flowers was suspended without criminal charges in February.

Now, the NFL is following suit, clearing Flowers of any violations of the league’s personal conduct policy and fully allowing the second-year wide receiver to participate in all football activities.

The original basis for the investigation centered around an alleged victim’s report to police in Acton, Massachusetts, about an alleged “violent domestic incident” in Owings Mills on Jan. 16, in which the “suspect’s brother also drew a firearm.”

An NFL spokesperson said last week that the league was in the “early stages” of reviewing the incident.

It remains to be seen if Flowers will face any discipline from the league.

Flowers just completed a rookie season in which he logged a team-best 77 receptions and 858 receiving yards, both of which are rookie records for the team.

Story originally appeared on Ravens Wire