On Tuesday, Auburn coach Gus Malzahn dismissed sophomore WR Kyle Davis from the team for violations of team rules.

Davis, who had seven catches for 210 yards this season, was suspended for two games earlier in 2017.

According to 247Sports, Davis posted an Instagram message thanking Auburn fans and coach Malzahn for the opportunity, but deleted the message shortly thereafter:

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank coach Malzahn, Auburn football and the Auburn family for giving me the opportunity to be a part of an amazing football program and learning institution,” he posted on Instagram. “I request that the media respect me and my family’s privacy moving forward. Auburn will always have a place in my heart.”

That’s a nice, gracious message, so it’s unclear why Davis decided to delete it.

However, the Tigers will try their best to move on from one of the most talented receivers on the roster. QB Jarrett Stidham seems to have a rhythm with his other receivers, though, so Davis’s absence might not hurt the team too much this year.