Madeira told the station he expects a final decision by the end of the week on whether to file any charges in connection with the Sept. 2 raid on a Penn State apartment where several Nittany Lion football players live. Police say the search turned up a small amount of marijuana.
At his weekly press conference Tuesday, Penn State coach Joe Paterno declined to answer questions on Evans and Koroma.
Two other residents of the apartment — tight end Andrew Quarless and defensive back A.J. Wallace — are still active members of the Nittany Lion football program.