For two months, Alabama star left tackle Cam Robinson hadn't said anything publicly about the situation that led to his arrest in mid-May.

That changed Wednesday.

People are so quick to react without knowing ANY FACTS.

— Cam. (@crobinson_68) July 13, 2016
Earlier Wednesday, Tide coach Nick Saban said Robinson won't be suspended for any games as long as he completes internal discipline handed out by Saban.

Robinson and safety Hootie Jones were arrested on drug and weapons charges in their hometown of Monroe, Louisiana, but the district attorney responsible for the case decided in late June that neither player will be prosecuted.

"Cam Robinson and Hootie were not charged with anything," Saban said Wednesday. "I think that the facts that we have are a little different than some that were advertised. Both players have done a significant amount of things to change their behavior, whether it was police ride alongs, whether it was community service or juvenile groups that need positive role models and influence to make better choices and decisions.