Texas A&M suspend two players indefinitely

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Texas A&M have today suspended the two players arrested over the weekend on misdemeanour charges.

Linebacker Darian Claiborne was booked for disorderly conduct, whilst defensive lineman Isaiah Golden's charge came for marijuana possession.

And now the Aggies have suspended the pair immediately and indefinitely, as reported by the Dallas Morning News.

The two players both represented the team last season; Golden made six starts, Claiborne nine. Claiborne was also named on the All-Sec Freshman Team last season after an impressive rookie year but this is not his first issue with the law.

Last December he was arrested for the possession of a dangerous drug and less than two ounces of pot. This led to his first suspension from the A&M program - a punishment which saw the player miss the Aggies' Chick-fil-A Bowl game.

It remains to be seen whether the school sees fit to hand down a severe punishment to the player after this second offence.

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