As part of the agreement Woods received 10 years probation (5 years on each count, running consecutively) and must pay $10,000 restitution to each victim, court documents show. As part of his probation Woods may not consume or even possess alcohol or drugs without a prescription.
Woods, now an FAU graduate, was arrest for his role in a 2017 January fight off campus that landed Adrian Muckle and Stephan Reese, both FAU students, in the hospital. The plea deal also stipulates that Woods may not have any contact with Muckle or Reese.
Under the plea bargain, Woods’ probation is reduced to 18 months after he makes restitution. The deal also stipulates that Woods must use any NFL signing bonus to make those payments. If such a bonus isn’t large enough to cover the expenditure, the payment must come after he receives his first game check.
Woods had a tryout with Kansas City earlier this summer but the Chiefs elected not to sign him.
If convicted, Woods was facing up to 10 years in prison, among other penalties.
After initially kicking Woods off the football team and barring him from campus, FAU softened its punishment of Woods. suspending for the first half of its 2017 regular season schedule and stripping him of his scholarship. FAU also allowed him to complete his coursework and graduate.
Upon his return, Woods caught 24 passes for 619 yards with four scores.