Auburn quarterback TJ Finley He was accused on Thursday of trying to evade police, the same day the Auburn players were due to be presented on campus for pre-season camp.
According to police officials, Finley was released Thursday from the Lee County (Alabama) detention center. An Auburn official told ESPN that the university was aware of Finlay’s situation and that he was back in the football complex on Thursday. Auburn coach Brian Harsin is scheduled to meet with the media later on Thursday afternoon. Tiger Training is open on Fridays.
Sources told ESPN that Finley’s charge was related to a previous incident involving his failure to wear a helmet while riding a bike.
Finley has been competing for a starting quarterback job this season. He started in three games a year ago after an injury to the Bo Knics. Finley began his career at LSU before moving to Auburn.
Finley served as a quarterback for the first team in the spring. Harsin has yet to announce the start of the 2022 season, as is the Oregon move Ruby AshfordTexas A&M Transformation Zack Calzada and demanded Holden Trainer They are also running for a starting job.
Earlier this week, Finlay became the first college football player to sign a name, image and likeness deal with online retail giant Amazon.
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