And, no, neither of them answer to the moniker “Johnny Football.”
According to the Bryan-College Station Eagle, a pair of Texas A&M defensive backs — cornerback Deshazor Everett and safety Floyd Raven — have been charged in connection to an incident this past April. Both players, the paper reports, were charged with two counts each of assault causing bodily injury.
Arrest warrants for the pair were issued Friday; Raven turned himself in to authorities Monday morning and is expected to post a $4,000 bond in short order. It’s unclear when Everett will turn himself in, the Eagle reported.
As for the details of what led to the charges, here’s the description from the paper:
Court documents state two men received injuries after being struck in the face by Everett and Raven during an April 30 dispute at an apartment complex in College Station. More than $500 in damage was caused to a 2008 Chevrolet Tahoe when the student athletes pounded and kicked the vehicle at the scene of the fight, the documents state.
Neither A&M nor head coach Kevin Sumlin have publicly addressed the situation.
Both Everett and Raven were listed as starters exiting spring practice this year. Last year, Everett’s interception of an AJ McCarron fourth-and-goal pass helped seal the Aggies’ upset of Alabama. Raven played in all 13 games in 2012.