LSU senior quarterback Jordan Jefferson and sophomore linebacker Josh Johns were suspended from the team indefinitely after they were arrested Aug. 19 on charges stemming from a fight at a Baton Rouge, La. bar, according to reports.

The Associated Press reported that Jefferson and Johns turned themselves into police after warrants were issued for their arrest on felony counts of second-degree battery. If convicted, they could face up to five years in jail. Both players were released on $5,000 bond.

According to the AP, Baton Rouge police issued the warrants after a week of investigation. Several witnesses told police that Jefferson and Johns were heavily involved in a brawl at Shady’s Bar in Baton Rouge which left four men hospitalized.

One witness claimed Jefferson kicked a person in the head, while other witnesses said Jefferson and his teammate were not the first to throw a punch.

The Sporting News reported that East Baton Rouge Parish District Attorney Hillar Moore III said he plans to bring the case before a grand jury rather than making the decision to charge the players himself. Jefferson and Johns both hired lawyers last week.

LSU head football coach Les Miles told the AP that the suspension of Jeffersion is unfortunate, as he was expecting a breakout year from his senior quarterback, who has a 20-7 career win-loss record as a starter. The team will turn to backup quarterback Jarrett Lee for the season opener against No. 3 Oregon on Sept. 3.

“We will continue to cooperate with the authorities in an effort to find out exactly what took place during the incident,” Miles said. “As sad as this incident is, it’s important that we learn from this and that we take away a valuable lesson. This has weighed on all of us. It’s time for us to come together as a team and focus on what we are here to do.”