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During his Monday press conference, head coach Ed Orgeron confirmed that starting LSU linebacker Michael Divinity has left the team due to "personal reasons."

When asked if there was a chance Divinity could rejoin the team, Orgeron didn't rule it out as an option saying they were "not going to close the door" on him returning at some point.

Divinity, a senior from Marrero, La., was held out of three games this season due to a "coach's reason." Edge rushers Andre Anthony and Ray Thornton are expected to step up in place of Divinity, according to Orgeron.

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Idiot. Lay off the weed.
Reply17 months
Man, that's a big hit for the pass rush. We also just lost Justin Thomas too.
Reply17 months
unless "at some point" is later this week, considering this is his last, for-sure shot at Bama, he ain't coming back, bruh...
Reply17 months
17 months
He probably failed a drug test agin you don't leave the team for personal reasons the week of the biggest game of the year
Reply17 months
And if u tested him, upcoming to the biggest game of the season, the administration ppl are IDIOTS...PERIODT!!!
17 months
Next man up!
Reply17 months
Where is he? I have yet to see another LB produce, not even KC
17 months
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