Former Oregon Ducks safety John Boyett told CSNNW.com that charges filed against him for disorderly conduct, public intoxication and resisting law enforcement have been dropped.
Boyett appeared in court last week. He was arrested in the early morning hours of Sept. 2 leading to his release by the Indianapolis Colts.
The Colt's sixth-round draft pick issued a public apology on twitter following his arrest, stating: "I want to apologize to (Colts owner) Mr. Irsay @JimIrsay, the Indianapolis Colts organization @Colts and the Indianapolis police. The Colts gave me an opportunity and I blew it. My behavior didn't and doesn't represent who I am. I am deeply embarrassed and disappointed in myself. All I can do now is learn from it and never repeat it. I look forward to showing my true character in the future."