Many Aggie football players have been given permanent suspensions

Three Texas A&M players were suspended by head coach Jimbo Fisher on Monday night for reasons that are yet unknown, according to TexAgs owner Billy Liucci, who tweeted the information.

As of right now, the suspended players are identified as freshman wide receiver Chris Marshall, freshman cornerback Denver Harris, and freshman offensive tackle PJ Williams,

who have all either started or had a significant contribution for the club in nearly every game this season.

A fourth player, redshirt freshman running back LJ Johnson, did not attend practice on Monday, but it is only rumored that he might be suspended.

Chris Marshall and Denver Harris will serve their second suspension of the season following their exclusion from the Miami game in Week 3 due to "violations of team rules"

committed the evening before the game. The struggling Aggies will once again be depleted on both sides of the ball for their Week 9 home game against 15th-ranked Ole Miss.

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