TCU running back Kyle Hicks and two former football players were arrested on misdemeanor public intoxication charges over the weekend, according to jail records.
Hicks, 22, Bryson Henderson, 21, and George Baltimore, 21, were taken into custody early Saturday at a Whataburger near campus.
Police were dispatched about 2:40 a.m. to the restaurant at 2401 W. Berry St., where a fight had been reported, according to a police report.
The TCU athletics department said in a statement Monday night that officials are aware of the incident and looking into it.
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Hicks, a junior from Arlington Martin, earned all-Big 12 honorable mention this season, leading the Horned Frogs with 1,082 rushing yards. He scored 14 touchdowns and had a team-high 47 catches.
Baltimore, a Mansfield native who left the team in 2015 after multiple injuries, also faces a resisting arrest charge, according to police records.
Henderson, a 2013 graduate of Mansfield Summit, played in 12 games as a sophomore in 2015 but was not on the roster this season.