Seven Tennessee football players have had their alcohol-related charges dropped or will have them dropped after a Thursday ruling, the Associated Press reported. The seven Volunteers were cited after a February party at which two other current players were arrested. The citations were for either underage consumption for providing alcohol to minors. Per the AP, linebackers Jakob Johnson and Jalen Reeves-Maybin each had charges of providing alcohol to underage people dropped, and defensive lineman Malik Brown's underage consumption charge was dismissed after he paid court costs. Linebacker Curt Maggitt, offensive lineman Dontavius Blair, cornerback Justin Coleman and defensive lineman Dimarya Mixon must all complete 16 hours of community service and their charges will be dropped as well. Maggitt was cited for providing alcohol to minors, with the other three all cited for underage consumption.
3 Vols have charges from party dropped, 4 get community service
CBS Sports | Feb 28