A TSU football player is recovering after being shot in the shoulder early Sunday morning. Details are sketchy, but what WSFA does know is that Troy police were called out around 3:30 a.m. Sunday after reports of shots being fired.
Police found freshman linebacker Cedric Brooks from Enterprise was shot in the shoulder. He was taken to a hospital, where he was treated and released.
Sophomore tailback Marrio Fraser and Sophomore wide receiver Toris Rutledge were questioned, however, no charges have been filed and there have been no arrests.
Fraser is third on the team in rushing this season with two touchdowns. Rutledge has only caught three balls this year for 29 yards.
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