Safety Ray-Ray Armstrong was dismissed from the Miami (Fla.) football team. He was reportedly suspended for interaction with a booster, which he subsequently discussed via Twitter. Armstrong, the No. 4-ranked NFL prospect at his position according to NFLDraftScout.com, was a second-team All-ACC selection last season. He was named to the Bednarik Award watch list on July 10. Rumors circulated on July 2 that Armstrong and Seantrel Henderson were dismissed from the team, but UM associate athletic director for communications Chris Freet denied the reports. ---Florida tight end A.C. Leonard and coach Will Muschamp have decided it best for Leonard to transfer. Muschamp said Wednesday at SEC Media Days that Leonard, 20, would benefit from a fresh start. Leonard pleaded no contest to misdemeanor battery charges in April after a fight with his girlfriend in February led to his arrest and then was cited for driving with a suspended license in May. The 6-4, 244-pounder recovered from August knee surgery to return at full strength around midseason and in the final five games caught eight passes for 99 yards as a freshman in 2011. He was expected to play a bigger role in the offense for the Gators this season.
- Seantrel Henderson