Former NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp has reached a plea deal in Arizona over his solicitation and assault charges during Super Bowl week this past February.

According to TMZ, Sapp will need to pay restitution totaling $1,321.24 to the two prostitutes and will also need to complete a pair of counseling programs. One is described as a “Prositution Solicitation Diversion Program” (which is apparently a real thing), while the other is a form of anger management.

In a rare bit of good news for Sapp, he’s already completed the first program. If he hadn’t, he’d be looking at a maximum of 30 days in jail. Sapp is also in the midst of finishing the second program, and if he somehow can’t complete that, he’ll be looking at 30 days in jail and two years of probation.

And at the end of the day, everything works out well for the ex-athlete. Well, except for the whole “public humiliation” and “getting fired from a plush broadcasting ordeals” ordeals that Sapp went through. Those aren’t getting washed away no matter how many classes he ends up taking.

[TMZ Sports]

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