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Former Gator and NFL player Sharrif Floyd suing Dr. James Andrews for $180M

Former Vikings defensive tackle and former Gator Sharrif Floyd is filing a $180 million lawsuit Tuesday in a Florida court against Dr. James Andrews, the Andrews Insitute for Orthopaedic Surgery and others. Floyd’s lawyer Brad Sohn announced the lawsuit in a statement Monday night. “I’m going to get justice for Sharrif. He …

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Former Gators RB Adarius Lemons Arrested For Felony Battery

Less than three weeks after leaving the program, former Gators running back Adarius Lemons has been arrested. What Happened According to a Gainesville Police Department report, he’s facing a felony charge for domestic battery by strangulation. He is also being charged with battery and criminal mischief of over $200 but less …

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Multiple Florida Gators Football Players Facing Possible Disciplinary Action

Multiple Florida Gators football stars are facing possible disciplinary action for an incident that took place on campus in May. According to a university police department incident report, six Gator players were allegedly involved in an incident that took place on May 28 at Keys Residential Complex, including wide receiver …

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Former Gator Mike Pouncey Served Grand Jury Subpoena

Miami Dolphins center and former Florida Gator, Mike Pouncey was served with a grand jury subpoena by the Massachusetts State Police outside the visitor’s locker room of Gillette Stadium less than an hour after the Patriots defeated the Dolphins 27-17 on Sunday afternoon. The subpoena is related to the investigation into Aaron …

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Florida Gator Basketball Player Arrested

Florida Gator men’s basketball player Demontre Harris was arrested early Wednesday morning for failing to appear in court.  He was originally scheduled to appear in court on August 16 after being arrested on July 16 for driving without a license, a second degree misdemeanor, according to court records. He was arrested at 2:30 a.m. on …

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