San Diego Chargers wide receiver Vincent Jackson has pleaded guilty to driving under the influence today, a development that's expected to trigger a suspension from the league office.
This marks Jackson's second DUI conviction.
According to 10 News in San Diego, Jackson was sentenced to four days in jail and assigned five years of probation.
Jackson will also be fined $2,408, required to attend a Mothers Against Drunk Driving class and participate in a multiple conviction program as well as abiding by standard alcohol conditions. He was assigned 10 days of public work service.
The presiding judge, David Danielson, issued this comment: "We are going to treat him like everyone else."
Jackson also has a March 2 arraignment for his driving with a suspended license case prior to the Chargers' playoff loss to the New York Jets.
Jackson is a restricted free agent.
And the Chargers will have a decision to make on whether to assign him the high tender or a lower amount while considering the pending NFL discipline that's expected to affect Jackson's status for next season.