Add one more name to the star-studded list of SEC standouts sidelined by off-field issues: Tennessee wide receiver Da'Rick Rogers.
Rogers, a first-team all-Southeastern Conference receiver last year, was suspended indefinitely Thursday for a violation of team rules. Tennessee coach Derek Dooley said he doesn't expect Rogers to rejoin the team this season, though he didn't completely rule out the possibility.
''When you get into the coaching profession, you quickly learn that probably the No. 1 professional hazard is the behavior of 18- to 22-year-olds,'' Dooley said. ''I can assure you guys this, that there's not one player, there's not really one member in the whole organization that we're not prepared to go play without.''
Rogers, who had 67 catches for 1,040 yards and nine touchdowns last season, is the latest high-profile SEC player to run into trouble.
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