Oct, 15, 2011; Chapel Hill, NC, USA; Miami Hurricanes defensive back Ray-Ray Armstrong (26) before the game at Kenan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-US PRESSWIRE
Hurricanes defensive back Ray-Ray Armstrong and offensive lineman Seantrel Henderson are rumored to be facing suspension.
The Miami Hurricanes used to be a team that was known for being bad boys and getting in trouble, but over the past few seasons the team has been able to avoid that stigma. Recently, however, two Miami players -- defensive back Ray-Ray Armstong and offensive lineman Seantrel Henderson -- have found themselves in trouble. Originally rumored to be dismissed from the football team, the two are now rumored to potentially be suspended, according to Susan Miller Degnan of The Miami Herald.
Here's what InsidetheU is reporting:
"Armstrong discussed interaction with a booster via Twitter and the coaches have suspended him indefinitely, but as of today he has not been removed from the team. However, this situation should be closely monitored as there is current discussion within the coaching staff about his future with the team.
"In regards to Henderson, the players were given time off in between first and second summer sessions, but were expected to be back by Tuesday. Henderson arrived a day later on Wednesday and is currently serving a punishment, but is expected to return to the team in the near future."
Henderson and Armstrong are both slated to be starters on the Hurricanes in 2012, if they're still on the roster that is.