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Former Broncos RB Montee Ball Reaches Plea Deal For Domestic Abuse Cases, Will Serve 60 Days In Jail

Former Broncos RB Montee Ball reached a plea agreement on two domestic abuse cases, according to Jeff Potrykus.

Potrykus adds that Ball plead guilty to two charges of disorderly conduct and one battery charge. He’ll receives 18 months of probation and must serve 60 days in jail as part of the agreement.

Ball was arrested back in April for violating his bail agreement after Police were called to a tavern where Ball was said to be at the tavern drinking alcohol. This was, of course, a violation of his felony bond conditions.

Ball refused a breathalyzer and to have blood draw, but search warrant was later served to have blood drawn. Ball was later released on a $1000 cash bond.

A few months before that, Ball was arrested in Madison, Wisconsin a few months ago and was charged with disorderly conduct and misdemeanor battery of his girlfriend. He’s also facing

Beyond that, Ball is facing felony charges of strangulation and suffocation, substantial battery and two misdemeanor counts of domestic disorderly conduct from an incident that involved a different woman from back in 2014.

Ball, 25, was taken in the second round of the 2013 draft by the Broncos. However, he lasted just a few years in Denver before he was released at the start of the 2015 season.

The Patriots later signed him to their practice squad at the end of last year only to cut him loose in January.

In 2014, Ball was limited to appearing in just five games and rushing for 172 yards on 55 carries (3.1 YPC) to go along with nine receptions for 62 yards receiving and one total touchdown for the Broncos.

All things considered, it would be surprising to see Ball play another meaningful span in the NFL.