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Tennessee announced this week that defensive lineman Danny O'Brien has been dismissed from the team for violating team rules.

The news comes just a few days after he was carted off the field from a helmet-to-helmet hit during last Saturday's game vs. Texas A&M. Per YahooSports.com:

Two days after he was carted off the field at Texas A&M, Tennessee defensive tackle Danny O’Brien has been dismissed from the program.

Tennessee said in a brief release that O’Brien’s dismissal stems from a violation of team rules.

“This news is unrelated to the injury he suffered against Texas A&M. However, should he require any additional care, it will be provided by the University of Tennessee,” the release said.
Filed Under: Tennessee Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com


Reply54 months
Very, very, likely.
54 months
Reply54 months
Pretty obvious. He failed some type of drug test. Shame. He's a great player and teammate.
54 months
A great teammate wouldn't leave his team in the middle of the season by failing a drug test.
54 months
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