According to CBSSports.com, the misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge against junior cornerback Bradley Roby was conditionally dismissed on Wednesday.
Roby will have to complete a diversion program that just requires him to avoid legal trouble until August 16, 2014.
Roby had been charged with misdemeanor battery after he was accused of hitting a security guard outside a bar in Bloomington, Indiana in July. The original charge was reduced to misdemeanor disorderly conduct last week.
Roby was arrested early Sunday morning of July 21 on charges of battery resulting in bodily injury at a bar in Bloomington.
Sources told The Dispatch that Roby was asked to leave a bar after a disturbance. Roby did, only to return to try to find his friends. When he wasn’t allowed back inside the bar, he supposedly struck a bouncer and was subdued by the bar’s security before being taken into police custody.
But that wasn’t the case as video evidence shows that Roby was punched first.
Roby has been suspended for the first game against Buffalo on Aug. 31.