His arrest resulted in the cancellation of his contract.

I'm hopeful that Toronto will recognize their need to fill a certain dimension on their team and they'll be able to sign him.

He wants to play in Toronto and they are interested in him. We just haven't found a common number that both sides can live with.

They called Bryan in for a status report today and a contract is not being offered at this time. He is still very interested in continuing his career in Toronto. We've had some contact with other teams, but he will take a week or so to decide his future.

Other teams have called but he's not going anywhere right now. He's always wanted to stay in Toronto (where his family lives) and he's considering his options. He'll decide at the end of the weekend what he'll do.

At this point, we have discovered nothing that would lead us to believe that any employee personnel data was compromised.