CALGARY - The case of domestic assault charges facing ex-Calgary Stampeders running back Joffrey Reynolds has been adjourned until Sept. 6.
Reynolds didn't appear in court Thursday but his lawyer Randi Collins said she was still awaiting the disclosure of information on the file.
The former star running back, who was cut by the CFL club last January, faces three charges in the incident that allegedly occurred July 14.
His ex-girlfriend claims the athlete broke into her Eau Claire home and assaulted her.
Reynolds, 32, is also facing two charges of driving without authorization last spring ó the second coming 13 days after the first.
Because the second traffic charge followed the first by less than 12 months, he could be jailed a minimum of 14 days and a maximum of six months.