Former Ole Miss defensive lineman DeSanto Rollins, who played in three games for the Rebels in 2021-22, is suing the university and head football coach Lane Kiffin. According to a report from ESPN's Heather Dinich, he says he was recently dismissed from the team for skipping practices and meetings during a "mental health crisis"...

The lawsuit claims Rollins "suffered severe depression, anxiety, frustration, embarrassment, humiliation, a loss of sleep and loss of appetite" from the injury to his Achilles.

The lawsuit further states that nobody within the athletic department or football staff provided Rollins with materials about mental health or a mental health referral after the injury.
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Sevensblue10 months
I’m guessing he got chances? If not why did kiff recruit him in the first place?
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atltiger648710 months
so a player had the sads after getting injured. He's just looking for a payday. Pathetic.
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CanebreakCajun10 months
Well, that is one big pussy.
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JustinT3710 months
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cajunmud10 months
I think they have shrinks on staff now to head this kinda thing off. Ole Miss is fixin to further his humiliation.
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6R1210 months
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Godfather110 months
Ok, Lane can eat my sack, but this is bullshite.
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gamecockman1210 months
Kid sounds like a bitch.
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Bjorn Cyborg10 months
Mental health - the new Get Out of Jail Free card.
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