Kentucky football players who faced burglary charges in March have reportedly returned to practice
The 6 Kentucky football players that were charged with burglary while being allegedly involved in a fight at an off-campus fraternity party in March have reportedly returned to practice ahead of the Wildcats’ game against Florida.
Kentucky Sports Radio’s Matt Jones first reported on Monday that “a few” had returned to the practice field on Monday while adding that he didn’t specifically know which players were back. BBN Tonight’s Anna Maria Tarullo later reported that all 6 players were back.
Reuben “RJ” Adams, Robert JuTahn McClain, Andru Phillips, Earnest Sanders IV, Devito Tisdale, and Joel Williams were charged with first-degree burglary in August, with all 6 pleading not guilty. However, interviews with University of Kentucky students, who remained anonymous, revealed that the players also threw punches at both male and female attendees, according to WDRB-TV’s Eric Crawford.
Along with the burglary charge, Tisdale faced a 1st-degree charge of “wanton endangerment” after reportedly pointing a gun at one of the attendees.