According to multiple reports, Texas A&M has dismissed safety Kameron Miles from its football team.

The San Antonio Express-News' Brent Zwerneman wrote: A&M has dismissed Miles, a four-star signee out of West Mesquite High a year ago, according to recruiting websites Rivals.com and 247Sports.com. Rivals.com reported Miles’ dismissal was because of theft.

“My actions (do) not reflect my character, I made a mistake and I accept full responsibility & the consequences of my actions, Aggie always,” someone posted on Miles’ Twitter account on Wednesday night, along with, “I want to issue an apology to Coach (Kevin) Sumlin & the coaching staff, teammates, my family, WMHS for my misjudgment & the mistake I made.”

An A&M spokesman said Wednesday night he was checking into the reports of Miles’ dismissal.

A&M has had a troubled offseason thus far. Defensive tackle Isaiah Golden, a sophomore, and sophomore linebacker Darian Claiborne were recently arrested - Golden on a misdemeanor marijuana charge and Claiborne for a noise violation (yelling while the two were being questioned). Highly recruited freshman receiver Devante “Speedy” Noil was with Golden and Claiborne but was not arrested. Claiborne also was arrested on charges of marijuana possession in December.