Charges for misdemeanor marijuana possession have been dropped for Nebraska safety Antonio Reed, according to reports.

The World-Herald has reported that prosecutors in Volusia County, Fla. dropped the charges after Reed successfully completed terms of his deferred prosecution agreement.

Reed and receiver Stanley Morgan were arrested back in early may in Port Orange, Fla., on suspicion of marijuana possession. According to Florida law, first-time misdemeanor offenders are eligible for deferred prosecution.

Charges against both Reed and Morgan have now been dropped.

Reed has appeared in 25 games for the Huskers, making one start. He’s tallied 32 total tackles and has forced two fumbles in his first two seasons in Lincoln. He’s expected to be the leading contender to take over the void left by Nate Gerry.