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Baylor Kicks Former 4/5 Star Recruit WR Robbie Rhodes Off Team For Second Failed Drug Test

The story of Baylor wide receiver--or rather former Baylor wide receiver--Robbie Rhodes is a sad one. A four or five star recruit (depending on which site you looked at) he was in the perfect place to show case his talent for the NFL--the pass happy attack of the Big 12's newest powerhouse, the Baylor Bears.He was going to take on a big role in the offense next season--yes, was...
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June 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Baylor, WR Robbie Rhodes part ways

Baylor and receiver Robbie Rhodes have "parted ways for undisclosed reasons" according to a report from ESPN Radio in Central Texas. Rhodes, a 6-foot, 190-pound native of Fort Worth, Texas came to Baylor as the No. 2 overall receiver in the class of 2012. He earned rave reviews for his performance as a true freshman in preseason camp a year ago, but battled injuries and caught just...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
June 23, 2014  |  Discuss

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