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Report: Green-Beckham Thinking Of Sitting Out Season

A report on cbssports.com says Dorial Green-Beckham may be thinking of sitting out this upcoming football season.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo--It's been a little more than a week since Mizzou has officially released Dorial Green-Beckham from his football scholarship.

And it's not known where the Hillcrest product will play next.

If at all.

A story on cbssports.com says that colleges are hearing that Green-Beckham may sit out this upcoming season, and enter the 2015 NFL draft.

Green-Beckham's father has not returned our phone calls.

Tiger coach Gary Pinkel dismissed Green-Beckham from Mizzou following an altercation in April.

Green-Beckham has been arrested twice for marijuana possession.

The latest, a stop in Springfield on January 10th, is still being investigated by the police more than four months after the arrest.

Green-Beckham would have to sit out a year if he transfers to another FBS school.

But if he transfers to a championship sub-division team or D2 team, he could play immediately.

Green-Beckham was the top high school football recruit when he choose Mizzou in February of 2012.

He caught 12 touchdown passes last season for Mizzou and has two years of eligibility remaining.                

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