Minnesota cornerback Kiondre Thomas had a restraining order keeping him from TCF Bank Stadium lifted on Monday, according to multiple reports.
Confirmed: #Gophers CB Kiondre Thomas had his restraining order lifted today, according to court document.
— JoeChristensen (@JoeCStrib) October 25, 2016
News: One of six #Gophers football players, Kiondre Thomas, has his restraining order lifted, according to court documents.
— Andy Greder (@andygreder) October 25, 2016
Thomas was one of six players to be served restraining orders seeking to keep Minnesota players from playing in home games. The players include Thomas, Carlton Djam, Tamarion Johnson, KiAnte Hardin and Ray Buford.
The orders came in response to a sexual assault investigation that stemmed from an alleged incident on Sept. 2. All six players have a hearing on the matter Tuesday morning, according to Joe Christensen of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune.