The Jaguars soon to be fourth year linebacker Dante Fowler Jr. has been sentenced to one year of probation. He will also have to pay $2,575 in fines after pleading no contest on charges of battery, criminal mischief, and petty theft and will serve 75 hours of community service, according to Mike Kaye of First Coast News.
This all stemmed from an arrest that took place in July of 2017. Fowler got into a physical dispute with a man in his home town of St. Petersburg, FL.
Prior to the 2017 season Fowler, who is still just 23 years old, made many more headlines for his off the fiend antics than he did for his play on the field. But after a breakout year, where Fowler recorded 10 sacks (including the playoffs), and a season with zero incidence, he appears to be on the right track mentally.
Let's hope this is the final chapter in the long saga of off field misconduct for the Jaguars ascending pass rusher.
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