Derek Dooley Reinstates Greg King And Marlon Walls In Time For Fall Camp

Tennessee will start fall camp with two more players then the team expected, because head coach Derek Dooley is reinstating linebacker Greg King and defensive tackle Marlon Walls. The two were involved in the Bar Knoxville brawl last month:

Sophomore linebacker Greg King and sophomore defensive tackle Marlon Walls will join their teammates when they begin fall practice on Wednesday. The pair has been suspended since the July 9 brawl, though their rolls in the incident have never been made clear by police.

Dooley said Tuesday he's comfortable with the punishment Walls and King have served and said the pair have had a good attitude and shown remorse about the incident, which also led to defensive back Darren Myles' dismissal.

For those keeping score at home here is the status of the rest of the Vols who were involved with the fight:

Signee Dave Clark is out ...the status of incoming freshmen Eddrick Loften, John Brown, Martaze Jackson and Marcques Dixon has yet to be determined as UT prepares for its first practice on Wednesday.  

Then there is sophomore safety Darren Myles who was dismissed from the team, and that loss is causing the defense to shuffle the lineup to fill out the roster.

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