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OXFORD, Ohio (AP) — Former Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Jerome Schaffer has been sentenced to 180 days in jail on misdemeanor assault and indecent exposure charges, a sentence his attorney hopes will be reduced to probation at a hearing later this month.
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Schaffer, 26, pleaded no contest to the charges in June.
A Butler County Court judge on Thursday agreed to delay imposing Schaffer's sentence until Aug. 31,Cheap NFL Jerseys Supply, attorney Mike Allen said.
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Schaffer has been doing well since his arrest,Jeff Reine-Adelaide Arsenal Jersey UK, Allen said. He entered an inpatient treatment program and continues to receive counseling while pursuing a real estate license, Allen said.
Schaffer is dealing with the effects of multiple concussions from his college and NFL playing days where he was known as an aggressive player, Allen said. Schaffer starred at Cincinnati LaSalle High School and the University of Cincinnati before signing as a free agent linebacker in 2012. He played nine games for the Bengals in 2013 and was waived in 2014.
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