Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports
ESPN is reporting that Tennessee offensive tackle Coleman Thomas had his felony theft charge against dismissed on Wednesday.

When Thomas was arrested March 25, University of Tennessee police said he sold an Xbox and three video games that had been reported as stolen from a dorm room. Deputy district attorney Kyle Hixson said police determined after additional investigations and interviews that there wasn't any evidence Thomas knew the games were stolen. Hixson said the Knox County District Attorney's office reached the same conclusion.
As a freshman last season, Thomas played 11 games and made five starts at right tackle. He has now been reinstated.
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DA obviously came to the conclusion there is nothing in Knoxville worth stealing. Charges dismissed.
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Colleges have become thug playgrounds...
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