Kansas dismisses two players for violating team rules
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) -- Sophomore linebacker Collin Garrett and freshman cornerback Chris Robinson have been dismissed from the Kansas football team for violating team rules.
New coach Charlie Weis announced the dismissals Monday. He did not elaborate on what caused the players to be kicked off the team.
Garrett played in six games as a freshman last season, making four tackles against Oklahoma and one tackle each in games against Kansas State, Baylor and Missouri.
Robinson spent the season as a redshirt.
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