Leonard Reinstated To Gator Football Team, Quinn Sees Linebacker Improvement
After six weeks of suspension for a domestic battery arrest, Florida Gator tight end AC Leonard was reinstated to the football team on Wednesday, according to head coach Will Muschamp. Although Muschamp said Leonard is back for the rest of the spring, Muschamp said his status for the fall would be discussed at a later time.
Meanwhile, Dan Quinn spoke to reporters on Wednesday night about two promising young linebackers-Mike Taylor and Antonio Morrison.
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