VIDEO: Da'Rick Rogers Denies Transfer Reports After Tennessee Practice

Tennessee Volunteers wide receiver Da'Rick Rogers has returned to practice, with Derek Dooley considering the issue that led to his temporary hiatus resolved. Dooley has said the two talked for hours late last week.

After practice Monday, Rogers said the issue wasn't really a "program" matter, but a "personal" thing. He also denied he was considering a transfer, saying he needs to "do a little better job with my tweets." A source told SBNation.com Rogers was thinking about a transfer, but only to Georgia State, and that the Panthers hadn't heard from him.

Rogers:

Some of Rogers' other remarks:

No controversy. Just had some things to handle off the field. Got those handled, and now we're looking forward to moving forward and becoming a championship-contending team.

If I was a distraction, I really wasn't trying to be a distraction. Everything's good now. As a team, we're focused on moving forward.

Once and for all. The chemistry on this team is great this year.

While we're here, let's watch some college football videos from SB Nation's new YouTube channel together:

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