Texas A&M Receiver Speedy Noil Arrested for Drug Possession, Suspended
Texas A&M has suspended wide receiver Speedy Noil from the football team after he was charged with misdemeanor drug possession.
Noil, a junior from New Orleans, surrendered to College Station police, posted a $2,000 bond Tuesday and was released. He is charged with possession of less than two ounces of marijuana.
Noil's arrest stemmed from a complaint Friday about loud noise from his apartment. Officers said they smelled marijuana and when he refused to allow them inside, they obtained a warrant and found the drugs.
Noil was suspended before a postseason game last year and missed the Aggies' 2016 season opener. He had 21 catches for 325 yards and two touchdowns this year.
Texas A&M plays Kansas State Dec. 28 at the Texas Bowl in Houston.
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