Michael Dyer: 'Dreams still alive'
Former Auburn running back Michael Dyer says he has given up synthetic marijuana and his registered weapon, has earned a two-year degree and hopes one more university gives him a chance to play this season, which he wants to do as opposed to entering the upcoming NFL supplemental draft.
"I want a chance to show people my character is better than it was in the past," Dyer said from his home in Little Rock, Ark., on Monday. "I want to clear my name. I understand the reasons I am in this situation. ...
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