A Texas Christian University football player was beaten and robbed at gunpoint early Tuesday at his off-campus home.

Devonte Fields, 20, told police three robbers attacked him around 5:50 a.m. while he was attempting to enter his home in the 3200 block of South University Drive. Fields was struck by a gun and pushed inside his home where the robbers took his Xbox, phone, ball caps and tennis shoes, police said.

The defensive end struggled with the suspects on his driveway, where the men threatened to kill him. Fields grabbed the gunman’s forearm and five shots were fired into the air. The suspects fled in a black Honda, police said.

No injuries were reported. TCU training personnel examined Fields, who was not hospitalized.

Fields told police he did not want his home searched and decided not to press charges, according to a police report. Police did collect five .40-caliber shell casings from the scene, according to a report.

TCU football Coach Gary Patterson said Fields went to class and workouts today, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported.

All TCU students were sent alerts about the incident.