The lawyers for former Baylor HC Art Briles filed a motion requesting that their client be removed from a federal lawsuit levied against the university.
Baylor and HC Art Briles have officially agreed to a termination of his contract.
Baylor and former head coach Art Briles have reached a contract settlement, according to Jason King of Bleacher Report.
Former Baylor HC Art Briles is accusing the university of wrongful termination.
Horns Digest's Chip Brown reports that Baylor and former HC Art Briles are in settlement talks.
Baylor spokesperson Tonya Lewis said that there has been no vote on the possible reinstatement of former HC Art Briles.
Baylor interim president David Garland acknowledged that there is support among several important donors to bring former HC Art Briles back in 2017.
An anonymous donor for Baylor said that high-level boosters are seeking more transparency from the Board of Regents.
USA Today's Dan Wolken reports that while a "small minority" of Baylor donors are pushing for the return of HC Art Briles in 2017, such a move is unlikely.
According to Chip Brown of Horns Digest, there is a push for the board of regents to vote on a one-year suspension for former head coach Art Briles, rather than a complete firing.
Former Baylor chancellor Ken Starr produced a bizarre blunder of an on-camera interview with local news station KWTX.
In a statement released on Thursday, former Baylor HC Art Briles said, "My heart goes out to the victims for the pain that they have endured."
Through KWTX's Julie Hays, Art Briles responded publicly for the first time since his firing at Baylor.
FOX Sports' Stewart Mandel believes that former Baylor HC Art Briles' best path to a coaching return would come via high school, lower-level college or the NFL.