FILE - In this July 21, 2014, file photo, North Carolina coach Larry Fedora answers a question during a news conference at the Atlantic Coast Conference football kickoff in Greensboro, N.C. Fedora says the team has suspended four players for this weekend's season opener, a day after a report of an alleged hazing altercation left a walk-on receiver with a possible concussion. Fedora said Wednesday, Aug. 27, the four players were suspended for a "violation of team policy," but offered no other details about what rules were broken. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton, File)
These undated photos provided by the University of North Carolina shows football players, from left, Des Lawrence and Brian Walker, Donnie Miles and M.J. Stewart. North Carolina coach Larry Fedora says the team has suspended the four players for this weekend's season opener, a day after a report of an alleged hazing altercation left a walk-on receiver with a possible concussion. (AP Photo/University of North Carolina)
The mother of the football player involved in an alleged hazing incident at North Carolina said Friday the family is "worried about justice" for her son.
In a brief phone interview with The Associated Press, Kimber Boyer said the family is waiting for the university to complete its investigation into an incident that reportedly left walk-on receiver Jackson Boyer with a possible concussion.
"We're just a private family," she said. "We want to handle this justly. We're worried about justice."
Coach Larry Fedora suspended four players — sophomores Des Lawrence and Brian Walker, redshirt freshman Donnie Miles and true freshman M.J. Stewart — for Saturday's opener against Liberty for a violation of team policy. He didn't specify what rules were broken.
Cole Boyer, the redshirt freshman's older brother, tweeted Thursday that more players were involved and said the incident took place Aug. 4. Kimber Boyer didn't discuss specifics of the case Friday due to the ongoing school probe.
"The victim has now been spread everywhere and the perpetrators have not," she said.
The suspensions came a day after a Yahoo Sports report of an alleged hazing altercation at the hotel where the players were staying for preseason camp.
The school said in a statement it is investigating what it described only as an incident involving football players, though the school hasn't confirmed it was a hazing incident.
The school's office of student affairs is handling the investigation. Fedora said the suspensions were a "closed book for me and football" separate from the school's probe.
A Chapel Hill police spokesman said his department received no report from that hotel for an incident involving football players and that there was no active investigation.
A hotel spokesman issued a statement this week saying officials there were cooperating with the school "as needed" and referred additional questions to UNC.
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