Texas A&M starter Zaycoven Henderson has some serious legal issues on his hands.
Early Sunday morning, the senior defensive lineman was arrested by the College Station Police Department on felony charges after he allegedly pointed a rifle at several people and threatened to kill them.
Henderson was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, tampering with evidence and possession of marijuana, according to the Houston Chronicle.
Texas A&M immediately suspended Henderson indefinitely per the athletic department policy.
The incident took place at Campus Village Apartments in College Station.
This likely marks the end of Henderson’s collegiate career, with any chance of playing in the NFL now in jeopardy while he sorts out his legal matters.
Texas A&M plays Wake Forest in the Belk Bowl on Dec. 29.