Both players were issued traffic citations
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. Two more Tennessee football players have had brushes with the law and will miss a game this season as punishment, coach Phillip Fulmer announced Tuesday.
Linebacker Daniel Brooks and defensive back Corey Campbell have been suspended for one game, and Fulmer revoked their scholarships for the second session of summer school and ordered them to get jobs for the term.
Both players were issued traffic citations, but Fulmer did not say when the incidents happened or give any details in a release issued late Tuesday.
Their citations brings to 13 the number of Tennessee players who have been either cited or arrested for crimes ranging from aggravated assault to underage drinking since February 2004.
Brooks already was facing punishment for earlier incidents. Fulmer announced in April he was suspended for the first two games of the season against UAB on Sept. 3 and Florida on Sept. 17 and ordered to complete community service. Brooks also will miss Tennessee's game on Sept. 24 at LSU.
Campbell, who will be a junior this fall, started in five games last season as a safety, had 21 tackles and led the team with four interceptions.
Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press
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