San Jose State football player stabbed off campus

A San Jose State football player is recovering after being stabbed over the weekend, and so far, no one has been arrested.

Chad Miller, a junior and safety on the Spartan’s football team, was in intensive care at the hospital on Monday morning at Valley Medical Center recovering from his stab wounds, university officials said. He was awake Sunday night and talking with his family, who asked for privacy, officials said.

Miller was with a group of friends on Saturday night off campus in the downtown area of First and Post streets when they got into some sort of altercation and Miller was stabbed.

University officials say it's not clear whether the friends Miller was with were other football players or San Jose State students.

On his Instagram page, Miller wrote that he was working hard as a football player to help his Vallejo-based family financially.

San Jose Police Sgt. Enrique Garcia said that a police officer was flagged down Sunday about 1 a.m. about the stabbing, but no suspects have been identified.