Georgia sophomore receiver Isaiah McKenzie apologized for his role in an incident that occurred earlier this week at a Chili's establishment.
"I want to sincerely apologize to everyone for my involvement in an incident this past Monday evening at a local restaurant," McKenzie said in a statement. "I am relieved to have put this behind me so I can represent the Bulldog Nation at the highest levels in the classroom, in the community, and on the field."
A female named in an incident report accused McKenzie of a verbal death threat and called police. After police arrived to Chili's, located at 183 Alps Rd., and interviewed witnesses -- which included four other Georgia football players -- it was determined no one would be arrested. The complainant declined to pursue any charges against McKenzie and Athens-Clarke County police consider the case closed.
McKenzie participated with the first team during Tuesday and Wednesday's practices. He's unlikely to face any discipline that takes him away from the football field against Alabama this Saturday.
This season, McKenzie has totaled five catches for 89 yards. As a return specialist, he has 116 punt return yards and a touchdown, as well as 42 kickoff return yards.