Two Memphis football players suspended following shooting incident

The reported incident happened on Tuesday night.

Memphis head coach Mike Norvell announced on Wednesday that two football players had been suspended following an incident where shots were reportedly fired at a player's car.

The two players, Jae'Lon Oglesby and Kam Prewitt, were reportedly involved in an altercation on the Memphis campus on Tuesday, according to the Commercial-Appeal. Later that night, shots were fired outside Oglesby's off-campus apartment, and he later discovered signifcant bullet damage to his Nissan Altima.

No injuries have been reported from the incident, although a spray bullet was reported to have broken a nearby apartment.

While the two incidents have not been confirmed to be related, Oglesby did inform the police about his previous altercation with Prewitt when giving a report following the shooting.

Oglesby, a sophomore, has 25 catches in his career at Memphis. Prewitt, a redshirt freshman, has yet to play in a game for the Tigers.