Queens Park Rangers have confirmed Paddy Kenny, Shaun Derry and Clint Hill will not be giving any evidence to the Football Association regarding the investigation into John Terry's alleged racist remarks.
The FA is currently looking into allegations that Chelsea captain Terry racially abused QPR defender Anton Ferdinand during Sunday's derby at Loftus Road.
A member of the public has complained to the police regarding the alleged incident, while QPR have also registered a complaint with the FA.
England skipper Terry has categorically denied the allegations and has welcomed the inquiry as an opportunity to clear his name.
Reports have claimed that QPR trio Kenny, Derry and Hill were all prepared to provide evidence to support the allegations as part of the investigation.
However, the Premier League newcomers have stated that the players 'have not and will not be giving evidence to the FA's investigation'.
A QPR spokesman said: "There is no truth in these stories whatsoever.
"None of the three players have been called to give evidence or will be called to give evidence."
Experienced midfielder Derry was not even on the pitch at the time when the alleged remarks were made during QPR's 1-0 win over their near neighbours.