LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -Former Louisville receiver JaJuan Spillman pleaded guilty to drug and weapons charges, but won't have to serve jail time if he stays out of trouble with the law for two years.
Spillman, who was dismissed from the team after his July 3 arrest, pleaded guilty in Jefferson County District Court Monday to charges including driving under the influence, possession of marijuana and carrying a concealed deadly weapon.
That arrest came a month after Spillman pleaded guilty to a marijuana possession charge stemming from his arrest Jan. 31, 2007.
years and pays the fines.

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