Linebacker VanDarius Cowan has been strictly discharged from a team.
University of Alabama beginner linebacker VanDarius Cowan has been discharged from a group for violating group rules, manager Nick Saban said in a matter on Monday.
“VanDarius has been discharged from a group and is no longer a partial of a football module due to a defilement of group rules,” Saban said. “Each of us has a shortcoming to paint The University of Alabama in a first-class way, and disaster to accommodate those standards can’t be tolerated. We wish VanDarius a really best in a future.”
Last week, Cowan was charged with misconduct attack in propinquity to an occurrence during a Tuscaloosa bar final month. He was charged with third-degree attack and incited himself in on Thursday.
According to Tuscaloosa News, Cowan was indicted of punching a 26-year-old male in a face on a morning of Jun 23, ensuing in damaged teeth and haughtiness repairs for a victim.
Cowan, 19, played in 7 games final season, finishing with only dual tackles. The Florida local was projected to accept some-more personification time in 2018, though instead will not be partial of a team.