Stillwater, Okla. Sophomore tight end Jamal Mosley has left the Oklahoma State football team a week after a woman filed for a protective order against him.
Coach Mike Gundy cited only personal reasons Tuesday as he announced Mosley’s departure. Gundy said he would not comment further.
According to documents on the Oklahoma State Courts Network Web site, a woman filed for a protective order against Mosley last Tuesday in Payne County. Her request was granted and Mosley was served with the order the next day. A hearing is scheduled for today.
Oklahoma State officials have not linked Mosley’s departure to the protective order, which is under seal. University spokesman Gary Shutt declined to comment.