A likely key member of the Texas A&M defensive line reportedly returned to practice less than 2 weeks after being arrested for a misdemeanor possession of marijuana.

McKinnley Jackson, who made the All-SEC Freshman Team a year ago, had been suspended since his Aug. 4 arrest, but was back with the team at Sunday’s practice, Sam Khan Jr. of The Athletic reported.

According to his arrest report, Jackson had less than two ounces of marijuana.

Here is his team bio:

2020 (FRESHMAN): Played in all 10 games, making one start … Earned SEC All-Freshman Team honors … Made his collegiate debut in the season-opening win over Vanderbilt and was in on a pair of tackles, including a fourth-quarter sack for a loss of 5 yards … Had two tackles and a QB hurry in the win over Florida … Broke up two passes and added a QB hurry as the A&M defense limited the Bulldogs to negative rushing yards as a team in the win at Mississippi State … Made the start at tackle and had two tackles in the win over Arkansas … Recorded a half tackle-for-loss on a tackle in the dominant 48-3 win at South Carolina … Made a tackle in each of the victories over LSU and Auburn … Had two tackles, a sack and a hurry in the Orange Bowl victory over North Carolina.