COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- One of Texas A&M's top receivers last season was charged with disorderly conduct over the weekend after he wouldn't stop screaming and swearing at a woman on a public sidewalk.
Police said Jason Carter, 22, had to be separated several times from the woman on a sidewalk near some restaurants and bars and that he was arrested after he continued screaming, swearing and making obscene gestures.
Carter caught 34 passes for 458 yards last season. He also had seven rushes for 57 yards and three touchdowns during what was classified as his senior year. Carter would be eligible this fall if he graduates by the end of the summer because he was a partial qualifier in 2001.
Texas A&M spokesman Alan Cannon told The Associated Press on Monday that the team would deal with any discipline of Carter internally.