Packers | More on Johnny Jolly case agreement
Updating a previous report, Green Bay Packers DT Johnny Jolly will have to serve 160 hours of community service, which includes 10 speaking engagements in the Houston area about avoiding drug use over a year-long period, report Greg A. Berard and Ken Fountain, of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Jolly will not be allowed to consume drugs or alcohol and stay away from establishments that serve alcohol. He will also have to report to probation officials monthly and submit to random drug and alcohol testing. He will also need a doctor to contact the court if he is prescribed any medicine. Jolly may also face additional punishment from the NFL now that his court case has been resolved.
2010-08-03 10:04:03 | Source: 1 No Source
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