Texas A&M will be without a key defender for the foreseeable future following a recent arrest.

Michael Clemsons was suspended following an arrest on Thursday on charges from Texas A&M University Police including possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana, unlawful carry of a weapon, driving with an invalid license and failure to identify, the Houston Chronicle reported.

He was released on Friday on $11,400 bond, according to the Brazos County jail records.

Clemons is a veteran player for the Aggies, who suddenly have major questions along the defensive line after DT McKinnley Jackson was arrested earlier this month. The depth chart for the Kent State game is very much in doubt at this point. Look for Tyree Johnson, Fadil Diggs and Donell Harris to fill the roles.

Last season, Clemons made 4 sacks and 4 tackles-for-loss in 5 games before his season was cut short due to injury.