Earlier this week, the Alabama Crimson Tide got a big break when felony charges against Cam Robinson and Hootie Jones were dropped. However, the team likely wasn’t going to let them off scot-free and it looks like their punishment has already been ongoing.
According to AL.com’s Matt Zenitz, documents obtained by a television station in Louisiana, where the pair of players were arrested, state that Robinson and Jones have been suspended indefinitely since May 19.
During this suspension, they have had weekly urine tests, monthly video appointments with mental health consultants and have had to meet with Tuscaloosa police officer for gun safety. They will both complete 20 hours of community service.
For Cam Robinson, he has already spent 26 hours riding along with a Northport Police officer, while Jones had to spend 21 days in a drug rehab program. Alabama has not announced whether the two players will miss any time on the field this season.
The Crimson Tide open the season on Sept. 3 when they play the USC Trojans at AT&T Stadium.
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