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Two Alabama receivers not taking part in offseason program

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Receiver Marvin Shinn (left) will likely transfer to another school. Danny Woodson Jr. (right) has been suspended from offseason activities. (UA Photos) Receiver Marvin Shinn (left) will likely transfer to another school. Danny Woodson Jr. (right) has been suspended from offseason activities. (UA Photos)

Alabama wide receivers Marvin Shinn and Danny Woodson Jr. are not taking part in the Crimson Tide's offseason workout program.

Alabama coach Nick Saban told the Tuscaloosa News that Shinn opted not to take part in the workout program and will likely seek a transfer. The redshirt freshman from Vigor High School played in all 14 games in 2012, and finished with six catches for 42 yards.

Woodson Jr., a redshirt freshman from LeFlore High School, has been suspended for a violation of team rules. He played in just six games in 2012 and recorded one reception.

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