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Former BYU Cougars wide receiver Jonah Trinnaman was scheduled to compete in the NFL Collegiate Bowl today. On Thursday, January 18, he was removed from the roster after contracting the flu.
It was not 100 percent clear from the tweet above whether Trinnaman was kept out of practice, or all bowl activities. Blue Cougar Football received confirmation from Trinnaman's mother that he was not playing in the game.NFLPA Bowl injury update:— Josh (@Joshnfldraft) January 18, 2018
Jonah Trinnaman BYU is out due to flu. Ohio LB Quentin Poling is hurt. They have added USC S Chris Hawkins.
Yes. Not playing.— justthemom (@lauratrinnaman) January 20, 2018
He will now have to wait until BYU's Pro Day to show off his skills for NFL scouts and other personnel.
Trinnaman was one of four BYU seniors participating in post-season All-Star games. Micah Hannemann and Tuni Kanuch already competed in the Spiral Tropical Bowl. Fred Warner is scheduled to compete in the Reese's Senior Bowl on January 27.
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