ATLANTA -- Georgia Tech has dismissed wide receiver Anthony Autry and defensive linemen Darius Commissiong and Travin Henry and suspended defensive back Lynn Griffin for the first two games of the 2014 season.<br />
Georgia Tech says Tuesday's moves were due to unspecified rules violations.<br />
In March, Georgia Tech announced Autry was suspended for two games for violating the school's conduct policy.<br />
Autry, a sophomore from Roswell, missed the 2013 season with an injury after catching three passes for 117 yards in 2012.<br />
Commissiong is a redshirt freshman. Henry, a sophomore, began his career as a wide receiver before moving to defense this spring.<br />
Griffin, a sophomore, had nine tackles in 12 games in 2013.
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