Jah Reid assigned June 13 court date

The misdemeanor battery case involving Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman Jah Reid remains unresolved.

Reid has been assigned a status hearing on June 13 in Key West, Florida, after a docket sounding Wednesday morning, according to a court clerk.

These are conferences to determine whether the case will go to trial. Reid wasn't present in court Wednesday and was represented by his lawyer.

Reid was arrested and charged March 9, following an alleged physical altercation in Key West at a strip club called the Red Garter Saloon. He has since pleaded not guilty.

The Ravens are in their second week of organized team activities, although Reid isn't expected to participate. He strained his calf last week and could miss the remainder of the offseason workouts.

A third-round pick by the Ravens in 2011, Reid is considered to be on the bubble to make this year's team. He has started seven games in three seasons for the Ravens.

Reid is one of four Ravens players who have been arrested this offseason.