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By PFW staff

Former NFL LB Nate Webster was indicted on seven sex-related charges on June 10, but the indictment was sealed until July 21, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer.

The sex crimes (sexual battery, gross sexual imposition and five counts of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor) involve a 15-year-old girl and, according to Hamilton County prosecutors, allegedly occurred in 2009. The charges carry a maximum prison sentence of 36½ years.

Webster spent nine seasons in the NFL, four with the Buccaneers, two with the Bengals and his last three with the Broncos. In his final season, 2008, Webster started 13 games and recorded 76 tackles and two sacks. The Miami (Fla.) product totaled 217 tackles in 99 career games.

Webster was hired as defensive coordinator at Bellevue (Ky.) High School in 2010 and coached part of last year before leaving for Florida because of "family issues." According to the prosecutor, Webster has fathered seven children with four different women.



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