In July, former Texas Longhorns star and current Houston Texans rookie running back D’Onta Foreman was arrested by The University of Texas police department and charged with possession of marijuana and unlawful carrying a weapon, as well as disorderly conduct.
According to a report from Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle, Foreman has reached a plea agreement on his charge of disorderly conduct, pleading no contest, and as a result, Travis Country has dismissed Foreman’s misdemeanor drug and gun charges.
If he has no legal issues for the next 90 days, Foreman’s disorderly conduct charge, which was “for making unreasonable noise,” will reportedly be be dismissed by Travis County, as well.
“Everybody’s happy,” Foreman’s Houston-based attorney Chip Lewis told the Houston Chronicle. “They dismissed the cases and let him plea to the disorderly conduct charge. D’Onta is relieved. He’s learned a great deal from this. You have to be very cognizant of what you do and who you do with it.”
The 2016 Doak Walker Award winner and a third-round pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, Foreman rushed for 327 yards and 2 touchdowns for the Texans in 2017 prior to suffering a ruptured Achilles tendon in November.
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