The Houston Texans have cut two Spartans from their roster today, both have had recent off the field issues arise.

Keith Mumphrey, who was found out last week to be banned from Michigan State's campus until 2019, was cut. It was recently discovered that he was expelled from Michigan State due to a Title IX investigation finding he violated the student conduct policy at MSU regarding sexual misconduct.

Max Bullough was also cut from the team. He was suspended for the first four games of this season for violating the NFL's PED Policy last month. Bullough apologized on twitter when the news broke, taking full responsibility.

Bullough was eligible to participate in team activities and preseason games while suspended.

Clearly the Texans are showing no tolerance for players that were role players or special teamers for their roster. Both Bullough and Mumphrey only started three games last season for Houston. Mumphrey had 10 catches for 69 yards in 2016, and Bullough took part in 19 tackles over his time on the field last season.