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Backup Auburn offensive lineman Jordan Diamond announced on that he will be leaving the football program.

Diamond, a senior from Chicago, IL, dealt with multiple injuries throughout his career at Auburn and played in seven games with no starts. He made his announcement on Instagram and said that Saturday's A-Day game will be the last time he will play for the Tigers. Per AL.com:

"I've been fortunate enough and blessed to wear this historic Auburn Tigers uniform," Diamond wrote. "I'm humbled and honored to have been here for 4 years. A-Day was the last time I will run through the smoke at Jordan Hare Stadium."
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Originally published on SECRant.com


Sounds like he graduated. Glad to hear. Never like to hear someone missed an opportunity to get a degree.
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wish him the best
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Its been real Jordan. Good luck and WDE.
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