Another Rutgers player arrested in home invasion robbery, kicked off team
Add another one to Rutgers’ never-ending off-field problems.
Fullback Lloyd Terry was arrested on Thursday morning for a home invasion in which five former Rutgers football players were involved in. Terry was charged with armed robbery, armed burglary and conspiracy to commit the armed robbery, according to the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office.
The five students were reportedly robbed of money and marijuana, officials told NJ.com.
A former walk-on, Terry saw the field once in his three years with the Scarlet Knights. According to NJ.com, Terry was immediately released from the team following the announcement of the charges.
Ruhann Peele, Nadir Barnwell, Razohnn Gross and Delon Stephenson were all arrested and kicked off the team for their part in the home invasion.
A total of six Rutgers football players have been arrested in the last week. Coach Kyle Flood is also being investigated by the university for having impermissible contact with a professor. Flood sent an email from his personal account to a professor inquiring about Barnwell’s academic standing.
He also allegedly defied the university’s compliance department to do so. Flood’s punishment remains uncertain.
Terry’s arrest marks the 10th player to be charged since Flood took over the program in 2012.