Good news on the Natrez front?

According to his attorney, yes.

Patrick is enrolled in spring classes at UGA and plans to be with the team in 2018, his lawyer confirmed Tuesday.

“Natrez is doing very well in his treatment,” Billy Healan said in a text message. “He is enrolled in classes this semester. He is still on the football team and is looking forward to the upcoming season.”

All of which I am glad to hear.  That’s a hard road to travel successfully and he’s just getting started.

As far as the ultimate question goes, though, that’s above Healan’s pay grade.

“As for playing time, that is obviously up to the coaches. They don’t usually consult a player’s lawyer on that issue.”

Point taken, although I’m not sure Huntley Johnson would agree.


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6 responses to “Good news on the Natrez front?

  1. WarD Eagle

    Pretty cool. A college environment is a difficult place to manage any dependency.


  2. 69Dawg

    Pulling for him but it is ultimately the individual that has to kick the habit.


  3. AthensHomerDawg

    He’s being treated for marijuana dependency?


  4. W Cobb Dawg

    Meh. The local cops or Barrow County cops will find some other reason to hassle him.


  5. Fred Russo

    Have his mother come and room with him!!!!!!



    Make Johnathan Ledbetter his roommate. That dude has made some changes in his life on and off the field. Being in this arena of clean and sober for 26 years it’s not easy for anyone. Especially college age.