Cleveland police have sent their findings from an investigation into a rape allegation against Oakland Raiders rookie Gareon Conley to a grand jury, which will determine whether charges will be filed, ESPN has confirmed. A woman accused Conley of raping her April 9 at a hotel in downtown Cleveland. Conley has not been arrested, nor have charges been filed against him. He has denied the allegation. Conley met with police in May and provided a statement and DNA sample. The NFL Network, which first reported the case would go to the grand jury, reported that Conley told police he had consensual sex with the woman. Conley was a starting cornerback at Ohio State for two years and captain of the team in his last season. News of the accusation against him broke two days before this year’s NFL draft, and Conley’s stock slipped. A projected top-10 pick, he fell to the Raiders at No. 24 overall. At the time, the Raiders said they had done their “due…

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