The trial for the three men accused of stabbing Pittsburgh Steelers tackle Mike Adams last summer is winding down.
According to Adam Brandolph of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, the case has now gone to the jury and the deliberation process has started.
During the trial, the defense claimed that Adams was the cause of the incident after he bumped into and knocked food out of one the defendant’s hands as he was stumbling around drunk after drinking at a Southside establishment.
Adams is also accused of changing his story several times since the incident took place in order to stay off shaky ground with the Steelers.
During the incident, Adams was seen getting punched in the side of his face by one witness, who did not see the subsequent stabbing that resulted in the Ohio State product needing emergency surgery.
Adams has claimed the three men attempted to carjack his truck and that is what led to his stabbing.