TMZ has reported that former NFL QB Donovan McNabb has been sentenced to 18 days in jail for pleading guilty to a DUI he was arrested for on June 28th.
Court officials confirmed the ex-NFL quarterback received the following sentence:
— 18 days in county jail
— 72 days in home detention after jail
— 30 hours of community service
— Counseling after home detention
— Unsupervised probation until he completes the sentence
— ordered to pay a $6,342.23 fine
His laywer says that McNabb has a work release during his jail sentence. He must report to jail by the end of November. His laywer says that McNabb has completed 16 hours of alcohol counseling and insists he “already does hundreds of hours of community service each year so 30 will be no problem.”
McNabb played 12 NFL seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins, and Minnesota Vikings. He has 234 passing touchdowns and 37,275 passing yards with a passer rating of 85.6 in his career.