Texas A&M has reportedly removed wide receiver Kirk Merritt from the team. The Bryan Eagle reports that Merritt is no longer listed on the team roster.

Merritt was charged with two counts of indecent exposure after allegedly exposing and touching himself in front of two different tutors at Texas A&M in October. 

Merritt did not deny the charges after being arrested, but instead claimed he had been dealing with a bad case of "jock itch."

"Kirk Merritt has been charged with Indecent Exposure under Section 21.08 of the Texas Penal Code because of two incidents during tutoring sessions that happened on two consecutive days," Merritt's attorney, Rick Davis, said in a statement earlier this month. "While Kirk is very embarrassed about this situation, and has apologized to the two tutors that he offended, he did not intend to gratify anyone by exposing himself. The fact is that Kirk had a bad case of jock itch."

Merritt had been practicing with the Aggies this spring but was not playing for the team last fall when the alleged incidents occurred. He had been required to sit out the 2016 season after transferring to A&M from Oregon.