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Now that the charges against Alabama offensive tackle Cam Robinson and defensive back Hootie Jones have been dropped, many want to know what punishment the two athletes will face.

According to AL.com, punishment has already been handed down to the two players:
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According to the documents, both players have had to undergo weekly urine tests, have had regular drug counseling, have monthly video appointments with a mental health consultant and have had to meet twice a week with a Tuscaloosa police officer for gun safety/ownership education.

They also both have had to complete 20 hours of community service.

In addition, Robinson has spent at least 26 hours riding along with the Northport Police Department while Jones had to spend 21 days in a drug rehab program, per the documents.
Robinson and Jones have been suspended indefinitely since May, but it is known at this time if they will miss any games when the season starts.
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Satan will suspend both for the entire season.
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EazyBreesy, You seem upset. Read the DAs report. The Parish had no case. What they received from Saban should teach both players a life lesson. That is a good thing.
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"meet twice a week with a Tuscaloosa police officer for gun safety/ownership education" So they are teaching them how to properly shoot people? Whatever happened to "Just say no!"?
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This is why the behavior continues; they know nothing is going to happen. Sad really. This "punishment" = ROFL.
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Amen Dreaux! But a stolen weapon is a little different.
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Honestly seems pretty fair.
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Seems fair? Any other kid that's gets arrested for that sees jail time, fines, their record permanently fricked, fired from their job. And it doesn't say anywhere on there about what happens if they don't go.
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They would've almost certainly received as first time offenders... deferred adjudication. No jail time and sealed or expunged upon completion. And I say "seems pretty fair relative to my own beliefs that pot should be legal and guns is a basic American right. We could arrgue the points all day but I dgaf...it's my opinion
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Heard both had sore wrists after the punishment was handed down.
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I knew most of the comments, would be Salty.
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Did Cam get to ride up front?
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God that sounds.... boring
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Several years ago two of Sumlin's starters were arrested for guns and weed. They were Dismissed, as in gone forever, the next day.
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Missed games is all that matters to athletes. Sabben is a soft biotch.
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A biotch you would love if he coached your team.
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He couldn't win, coaching my team.
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Punishment will be suspension from the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers game
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Sounds good to me.
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the LSU fan in me sure would like to see these guys disappear from the bama football team....but this honestly sounds right in line with the way Les would handle it if these guys were our players.
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Perhaps - but where is a comparable example...Perilloux, it seems, was treated harsher.
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Nick Saban is soft
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I don't mind this. Most people get put into a diversion program with a first offense, regardless of status. I'd rather see actual rehabilitation rather than just tossing them in jail and ensuring their lives are ruined. Hopefully this is the wake up call they need and will appreciate it.
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The only problem I have with this is they had a stolen gun and I would bet any amount of money they knew it was stolen. This is what they should have been charged for not slapped on the hand. No one else would have gotten away with that.
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Guns and drugs can't even get you kicked off the team at Alabama, if you're good enough.
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