Texas A&M's Ricky Seals-Jones charged with disorderly conduct
Aggies wide receiver Ricky Seals-Jones was arrested early Sunday morning and arrested on a disorderly conduct charge after allegedly using some salty language.
Texas A&M receiver Ricky Seals-Jones was arrested early Sunday morning on a disorderly conduct charge. The arrest, which took place at 2:30 a.m. Sunday, was first reported by KBTX in College Station.
According to police, Seals-Jones was being "carried away by his friends" as the bars were closing in the 100 block of College Main. An officer says he saw someone bump into Seals-Jones, which led the wideout to reportedly start exchanging words with the person.
As the officer moved towards the scene to see and hear what was going on, he says Seals-Jones broke away from his friends and yelled "F*** you! You want some?" The officer also says Seals-Jones motioned to the other person like he wanted to fight. The player was taken into custody on the misdemeanor charge.
Texas A&M is looking into the incident and still determining what steps to take next, though I'd imagine some kind of suspension is in the offing.
Seals-Jones is the fourth Texas A&M player to be arrested this offseason, joining quarterback Kenny Hill (public intoxication), defensive tackles Isaiah Golden (alleged possession of marijuana) and linebacker Darian Claiborne (noise violation). Seals-Jones caught three passes for 84 yards and a touchdown as a freshman in 2013.
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