OPELIKA, Ala. (AP) - A fourth one-time Auburn University football player has pleaded guilty to robbery charges.
Former tight end Dakota Mosley entered the plea Friday and will serve three years in prison.
That's the same plea bargain made by two other former Auburn players, Shaun Kitchens and Mike McNeil.
Jurors convicted a fourth player, Antonio Goodwin, who is serving 15 years in prison. Mosley will serve two years of supervised probation.
Attorney Davis Whittelsey did not return messages seeking comment.
The robbery occurred two months after Auburn won the 2010 national championship. Victims reported that armed men burst into a mobile home not far from the Auburn campus.
Mosley was red-shirted for the championship season. He and the others were kicked off the team after their arrests.

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