Senior cornerback Mike Brown is no longer a member of Virginia's football team, resolving a question of whether or not he would be back after he was arrested in February for stealing over $3,000 worth of stereo equipment from a car and then attempting to sell it on eBay.
The University of Virginia issued a release Sunday afternoon with the news that Brown was no longer a member of the Cavalier football team.
Since his arrest, Brown was a "non-participating" member of the team, but is no longer affiliated with the program.
Virginia Press Release:
Brown Dismissed from Virginia Football Team
Senior cornerback Mike Brown (Newark, N.J.) is no longer a member of the Cavalier football team. Brown, who missed the 2007 season due to a knee injury he suffered during a summer workout, has been a non-participating member of the team since March.
Brown played in 12 games in both the 2005 and 2006 seasons. He had 31 tackles during his career and returned 14 punts for a 9.6 average in 2006.