Our partners at 10TV were told by Columbus police that Ohio State senior defensive lineman Adolphus Washington was cited Wednesday evening for solicitation. He is expected to appear in court Dec. 17.Washington is a two-year starter and second-team all-Big Ten selection for the Buckeyes defense, and finished his senior season with 49 tackles, seven tackles for loss and four sacks. Last Sunday, he committed to play in the Senior Bowl, along side teammates Taylor Decker, Braxton Miller, Josh Perry and Nick Vannett.There is no additional information at this time.UPDATE (4 p.m. Dec. 10): Washington has released a statement.“I want to sincerely apologize to my family, to coach Meyer and the coaching staff, to my teammates and my friends for my lack of judgement last night and for my actions that I truly regret. I have wanted to be a high-character teammate, a contributor to the success of this program and, most importantly, someone my family can be proud of. I am extremely disappointed in myself, and I can honestly say I will learn from my mistake and I will accept the consequences that deservedly will come my way. And I hope that people will know that I am truly sorry and that I sincerely do apologize.”UPDATE (11 a.m. Dec. 11): Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer released a statement, as first reported by the Dispatch’s Tim May.“Senior Adolphus Washington will be suspended from playing in Ohio State’s upcoming bowl game for violating team policy,” Meyer said.