Alabama football players Cam Robinson and Hootie Jones have already faced discipline from the school following their May arrests, according to documents obtained by KNOE 8 News in Louisiana.
Robinson and Jones were arrested for possession of weapons and marijuana in a public park in May, but earlier this week the Monroe district attorney decided not to pursue their prosecution.
According to the documents obtained by KNOE, coach Nick Saban suspended both players indefinitely in May. Both players have also undergone weekly urine tests since the arrest, and have attended appointments with a mental health consultant.
Both players also completed 20 hours of community service.
Alabama has not said if Robinson or Jones will miss any games.