Jonathon Taylor RUMORS & NEWS

  • Taylor pleads not guilty in domestic case

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Jonathan Taylor finally got a day in court. It wasn’t much. The former Georgia and Alabama defensive tackle simply entered a not guilty plea Tuesday at his arraignment on felony domestic violence charges. But his lawyer, Kim Stephens of Athens, is looking forward to telling Taylor’s side of the..." April 07

  • Defensive tackle Jonathan Taylor set to join Alabama Crimson Tide

    Alabama "Jonathan Taylor will get his next chance to play major college football at the University of Alabama, a source has confirmed to AL.com BamaOnline and TideSports reported late Tuesday night that Taylor was expected to enroll at Alabama and begin classes this week, but BamaMag reached Taylor and..." January 07

  • UGA DL Taylor arrested for aggravated assault

    Athens Banner-Herald "Georgia defensive lineman Jonathan Taylor was arrested early Tuesday on a charge of felony aggravated assault. It’s his second arrest this offseason, putting his status on the Bulldogs’ football team in jeopardy. Police determined that Taylor was the "primary aggressor" in a domestic..." July 22

  • Four Georgia Bulldogs get day in court

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Safety Tray Matthews, defensive lineman Jonathan Taylor, defensive end James DeLoach and wide receiver Uriah LeMay were arraigned in state court Thursday afternoon following charges of theft by deception in March while all were University of Georgia football players. Judge Ethelyn Simpson..." June 06

  • Richt: UGA’s 4 arrestees already getting disciplined, more to come

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Georgia coach Mark Richt came a little closer Tuesday to revealing some of his disciplinary plans for the players who have run afoul of team and school policies since last season. But he stopped shortly of making a definitive ruling on the four players accused of theft. Tray Matthews, Uriah..." March 26

  • UGA football players accused of double-dipping on stipend checks

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Four University of Georgia football players were arrested Monday night and charged with misdemeanor theft by deception. According to University of Georgia Police, three of the players were depositing their regularly-scheduled stipend checks on their mobile phone banking apps, then taking them..." March 18