According to ESPN, Matt Morgan, the attorney for Ray Ray Armstrong, plans on filing an injunction this week asking the university to allow Armstrong to practice with the team until the NCAA decides whether or not he violated any bylaws.
“Miami made a unilateral decision to dismiss Ray-Ray without NCAA process,” attorney Matt Morgan of Orlando said. “We believe Miami is using Ray-Ray as a sacrificial lamb to the NCAA.”
Armstrong was warned several times by head coach Al Golden about content that he posted on twitter. There was an incident where he attended dinner with his girlfriend who works for a public relations firm that represents various pro athletes. On a separate occasion he tweeted about being at a South Florida hotel with his girlfriend.
Armstrong was also involved with former Miami booster Nevin Shapiro.
The university has declined to comment and due to their current investigation, Armstrong himself has been interviewed by the NCAA on several occasions.
According to Morgan, Armstrong “…thoroughly enjoyed [his] time spent with The University of Miami. I hope they reconsider their decision and allow me to play football as a Hurricane this season.”