The trial of the man charged with shooting Jaguar Richard Collier has been delayed.
A judge granted on Friday a two-week continuance at the request of Tyrone Hartsfield's defense attorneys.
Hartsfield is accused of shooting Jaguars former offensive lineman Richard Collier 14 times in September of 2008. Collier survived the shooting, but was left paralyzed from the waist down.
Jury selection had been scheduled to begin on March 30. However, lawyers representing Hartsfield complained that the prosecution impeded the pretrial discovery process.
The defense is also trying to suppress phone conversations that Hartsfield has had while he's been in jail.