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Tennessee Volunteers wide receiver Da'Rick Rogers has been suspended indefinitely for a violation of team rules. The suspension was announced this morning according to GoVolsXtra.
This suspension is just another incident involving Rogers and it is expected to be addressed by Vols head coach Derek Dooley following practice today.
This news is surprising because from what we have been told,
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Tennessee Volunteers standout wide receiver Da’Rick Rogers, who led the SEC in receptions last season, has been suspended indefinitely by the team.
It's not a beautiful day in the Tennessee neighborhood today as the wide receiver Da'Rick Rogers has been suspended for the ever vague "undisclosed violation of team rules." Vols head football coach Derick Dooley expects that "Rogers won’t return to the program."
"Dooley said he informed Rogers of the suspension on Wednesday and told the rest...
Reports are streaming out of Knoxville, Tennessee Thursday morning that University of Tennessee wide receiver Da'Rick Rogers has been suspended indefinitely for what is being termed a "Violation of Team Policies".
No, we don't know what that means and the school has yet to comment on the report by VolQuest.com, a Rivals website that cover...
Da’Rick Rogers is no stranger to controversy, and now he’s embroiled himself in it yet again. Rogers has been suspended indefinitely from the Tennessee football team, per Josh Ward. Not quite six months ago, it was unclear if Rogers would even be on the team at this point. In March, Rogers hinted via twitter that [...]
By ZACH DILLARD@Zach_Dillard
Chalk up another one.
Another SEC standout, this time Tennessee wide receiver DaRick Rogers, finds himself in trouble this offseason a disturbing trend that reinforces the notion that the season cannot start soon enough.
Rogers, who was named to the coaches All-SEC First Team last month at SEC Media Days, has been suspended indefinitely for a violation...
Tennessee vs. North Carolina State Predictions: Underrated WolfPack Ready to Stun the VolsCollege football is set to kickoff this week and all of the hype will surround the games between Michigan vs. Alabama, and Boise State vs. Michigan State, but the Chick-Fil-A Kickoff Classic in Atlanta should not be overlooked.
Tennessee and North Carolina State are often considered...
According to multiple reports including on at Volquest.com, University of Tennessee wide receiver Da'Rick Rodgers has been suspended from the team indefinitely. The cause of the current suspension is currently unclear, and most reports indicate simply that Rodgers violated team rules. Tennessee head coach Derek Dooley is scheduled to speak to the media at 11:30 eastern time...
Tennessee has suspended star wide receiver Da'Rick Rogers for an unspecified violation of team rules.
Rogers was an all-Southeastern Conference selection last year with 67 catches for 1,040 yards and nine touchdowns.
The junior from Calhoun, Ga., doesn't appear on the depth chart Tennessee released Thursday for its Aug. 31 season opener with North Carolina State at the...
Despite playing a rigorous SEC schedule and losing number 1 wide receiver Da’Rick Rodgers to an indefinite suspension, the Vols are poised to make a push for a big time bowl game. Tennessee starts the season as the 32nd highest ranked team, but they should find themselves in the 10-16 range if they play to their potential.
Tennessee’s offense will be able to compete with the...
Head Coach: Derek Dooley (11-14, entering his 3rd season) The Story: Derek Dooley has certainly struggled in his first two seasons at Tennessee. Between unlawfulness and unfulfilled potential the program has kept hitting the wall, over and over. Is this the year that the Tennessee Vols right the ship and get back in the rankings? [...]
Tennessee confirms the indefinite suspension for WR Da’Rick Rogers— Joe Schad (@schadjoe) August 23, 2012The Volunteers All-SEC receiver Da’Rick Rogers has been suspended indefinitely for violating the school’s substance abuse policy. Rogers had 67 catches for 1,040 receiving yards and nine touchdowns. According to ESPN College Football reporter Joe Schad, Da’Rick Rogers...