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Items seized from Tennessee player's apartment

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - According to search warrants, Knoxville police have seized items from suspended Tennessee linebacker A.J. Johnson's apartment in connection with a rape investigation.

Johnson and cornerback Michael Williams have been identified as subjects of the investigation. Neither player has been charged or arrested. Both players are suspended from team-related activities.

One woman says Johnson and Williams raped her at a Knoxville apartment Nov. 16. A second woman says she was sexually assaulted by Williams at the same location.

Items seized included an iPhone, a laptop, a T-shirt, a sheet, a blanket, a pillowcase, comforters, a marijuana grinder, folded toilet paper, condom wrappers and a used condom.

Affidavits in support of this search warrant as well as a search warrant allowing police to obtain DNA samples from each player have been sealed.

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