Damon Arnette said he already had a meeting planned after resolving a legal matter on Monday.
According to the Associated Press, the former Las Vegas Raiders cornerback pleaded guilty to two misdemeanors stemming from a firearms case in 2022.
"I've learned a great deal." "I'm sorry for everything," Arnette told reporters. "I value and respect another opportunity." "I'm a better man than I used to be."
Arnette, a former first-round pick, was released by the Raiders in 2021 when a video surfaced of him threatening someone's life while wielding a gun.
In January 2022, Arnette pled guilty to assault and gun possession in a different incident. He brandished a pistol at two Las Vegas hotel valets.
If Arnette violates those conditions, he faces up to a year in prison.
By pleading guilty to the misdemeanors, he avoided felony charges of assault with a deadly weapon and carrying a hidden firearm
which could have resulted in a jail sentence of up to ten years.