Oregon defensive lineman Isaac Remington reportedly returned to practice despite being suspended by the team indefinitely after being cited for driving under the influence last week.
Remington left Autzen Stadium after Saturday's practice in full uniform, according to the Oregonian. However, Oregon coach Chip Kelly, whose team is No. 2-ranked in the last Associated Press media poll, would not say why Remington appeared to be prepared to practice if he was suspended.
"He's going to come to practice and be here with his teammates," Kelly said. "He's not going to be home feeling sorry for himself. But he's not going to participate."
Defensive linemen Arik Armstead and DeForest Buckner said Remington participated in practice drills.
Remington faces a Nov. 1 court date. His blood alcohol content allegedly was.06 with the legal limit at .08.