HOOVER, Ala. Arkansas coach John L. Smith indicated this morning that four players suspended after offseason arrests were no longer with the program.

Smith, speaking to a small group of media members before taking the podium at SEC Media Days, said the Razorbacks were moving on without players who weren't in the media guide. It means receivers Marquel Wade and Maudrecus Humphrey, tight end Andrew Peterson and linebacker Tyler Gilbert aren't with the team.

"Have you read the press guide?" said Smith, who was asked if there was an update on the suspended players. "Whatever names you see in there is what you get. We can leave it at that."

None of the four are in Arkansas' 2012 media guide.

Wade's loss is the biggest blow for an offense replacing three senior receivers. He emerged in spring practice as a playmaker capable of teaming with Cobi Hamilton out wide. But he was suspended, along with Humphrey and Peterson, after allegedly stealing items from multiple dorm rooms on campus.

The three have a trial date set for late next month on the felony charges.

"It's always disappointing," Smith said. "As a coach you don't want to admit failure in any aspect. You don't want to have to say, 'I have to move on.' But there comes a point and time when as a football team and as a coaching staff, you just have to move on and do what you have to do. It's a disappointment."

Robbie Neiswanger Arkansas News Bureau