Former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver and NFL Network analyst Michael Irvin urged prosecutors to make an imminent decision regarding his sexual assault case, during a press conference Tuesday.

It was reported on March 27 that a 27-year-old woman filed a police report, alleging that Irvin sexually assaulted her inside a Fort Lauderdale hotel. Irvin vehemently denied the allegations, and was never charged.

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Fort Lauderdale Police announced Thursday they have closed their investigation. The case will be reviewed by State Attorney Michael J. Satz, who will determine whether there’s enough evidence to charge Irvin.

Irvin asked for a decision to be expedited on his case, maintaining his stance that he never had any sexual contact with the alleged victim.

“Make a decision, let’s move on,” Irvin said, per Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio.

Irvin’s attorney, Michael J. Padowitz, echoed his client’s sentiments, imploring the state attorney to clear the 51-year-old of any wrongdoing.

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