Georgia defensive lineman Jonathan Taylor was arrested early Tuesday on a charge of felony aggravated assault.

It’s his second arrest this offseason, putting his status on the Bulldogs’ football team in jeopardy.

Police determined that Taylor was the "primary aggressor" in a domestic violence incident at McWhorter Hall, according to University of Georgia police chief Jimmy Williamson.

UGA police and emergency medical services were dispatched at 2:47 a.m. to meet a possible victim at Busbee Hall. The call came from a third party. Police met with the victim and third party at Busbee.

There was evidence that the female victim had been "possibly strangled by the offender," in the incident in Taylor's dorm room, Williamson said. There was evidence that the victim and another individual had been involved in an argument in McWhorter Hall, police said. Officers determined an established relationship and "co-habitation" with Taylor and the victim.

The victim is a UGA student not enrolled in summer school.

“There were visible signs of injuries about her neck,” Williamson said.

Taylor was booked into the Clarke County Jail at 6:08 a.m., according to the jail’s online booking report. Williamson said the aggravated assault charge is based on new wording in laws dealing with strangulation.

Taylor will have to go before a judge, who will determine bond in the case, Williamson said. There is no pre-set bond in domestic violence cases.