Former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb has been sentenced to 18 days in a county jail, according to a report from TMZ Sports. McNabb pleaded guilty to a DUI charge from an incident that took place in Arizona during late June.
This is the second time in two years McNabb is facing jail time for the same crime. McNabb spent one day behind bars after being arrested for DUI in January 2014. 90 days in jail is the minimum sentence for a second-offense DUI in Arizona, but he's only serving 18 this time. Here are some of the other punishments McNabb is facing:
-- 18 days in county jail
-- 72 days in home detention after jail
-- 30 hours of community service
-- Counseling after home detention
-- Unsupervised probation until he completes the sentence
-- ordered to pay a $6,342.23 fine
Earlier this summer, Fox Sports 1 suspended McNabb indefinitely in his role as a sports analyst.
McNabb made an appearance at Lincoln Financial Field just a few weeks ago prior to the Eagles-Giants game when the team honored Brian Westbrook. Here's hoping he's learned from his mistakes moving forward.