Brian Kelly released an update on LSU wide receiver Malik Nabers Tuesday following his February arrest for illegally carrying a weapon.

Kelly affirmed to reporters that there was internal discipline for Nabers, but that he will not miss any game time for LSU football.

What this means for LSU

Well, it’s certainly good news for LSU football fans. From an on-the-field standpoint, the Tigers could use Nabers’ production at wideout next season.

Nabers had a promising sophomore season for the Tigers, exploding for 72 receptions for 1,017 yards and 3 touchdowns. He was by far LSU’s most productive receiver last season, nearly doubling 2nd place Kayshon Boutte.

Nabers was given an option by the state of Louisiana to refuse charges if he agreed that he will not get the firearm involved in the arrest back.

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