Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon pleaded guilty Tuesday morning to a driving while impaired charge in Raleigh, N.C., according to multiple reports.
The All-Pro received 12 months unsupervised probation as a result of the plea. Gordon will also have to pay $290 in court costs and a $100 fine, according to the Wake County Clerk of Courts office, via ESPN.com. Gordon’s drivers license was suspended, as well.
Gordon is currently serving a season-long suspension from the NFL after failing a marijuana test, but it is expected that his punishment will be reduced to 10 games under the new agreement, which is expected to pass in the near future. However, Gordon faces an additional two-game ban for the DWI, which is one of the new rules that is expected to be enacted under the new policy.
A source with knowledge of the situation confirmed to Pro Football Talk, though, that Gordon is not expected to be given the two-game suspension by the NFL. If that holds true, Gordon will just have to serve the 10-game ban, and will be eligible to return for the final six games of the season.
Gordon was arrested and charged with speeding and DWI over the July 4th weekend.