STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) -Suspended Penn State receiver Chris Bell was kicked off the team after university police charged him with threatening another player with a knife.
The school's athletic department said in a statement Tuesday that Bell has been ``permanently removed from the team.''
Bell faces charges including terroristic threats and simple assault in connection with the encounter Monday night at a dining hall.
Police said Bell threatened teammate Devon Still following an argument over a cell phone case. No one was hurt.
Bell had to be restrained by three assistant coaches, police said. He was arrested a short time later. A court employee said Bell did not have a lawyer at his arraignment.

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