A not guilty verdict came down today on Michigan safety Josh Furman, who was facing charges of assault and battery and domestic violence.
Michigan safety Josh Furman found not guilty today (charges of assault and battery, dom. violence),per his attorney Gerry Mason.— angelique (@chengelis) April 26, 2012
Furman is currently suspened by the Wolverines, and they had previously said that they would let the trial run its course before making a final decision. There is no timetable currently set for when a decision will be made about his future with the team. If he returns, he will be a redshirt junior for head coach Brady Hoke.
Last year, Furman played mainly on special teams for Michigan. He appeared in 12 games last season for the Wolverines.