The woman who filed an assault complaint against Cleveland Browns offensive line coach Andy Moeller said during a 911 emergency call that "he tried to strangle me." Moeller, the Ravens' offensive line coach from 2008 to 2013, has been suspended indefinitely by the team while the Berea, Ohio, city prosecutor investigates. Prosecutor Jim Walters said his review could take "a number of days." Moeller, 51, in his second season with the team, was suspended for two games in 2011 and fined $47,000 by the NFL for violating the league's personal-conduct policy. When he was suspended, Moeller had three other alcohol-related arrests in a four-year span. On the 911 call, the woman said she lives in Maryland. She identified her attacker as Moeller and said "he tried to strangle me and beat me up." She initially said she is Moeller's fiancee, "not anymore though."