Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell was back in court Friday morning and it looks like his legal problems are almost behind him as a judge sentenced the Michigan State product to 15 months of probation following his August 20th DUI arrest, according a KDKA report
Bell will now be granted access into an ARD program along with the probation. In addition to that his license will be suspended for 60 days. As part of the program Bell will also need to attend mandatory rehab classes.
With this part of the process now behind him, Bell will have to wait and see what sort of discipline action will be handed down by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. That should happen over the course of the next few months and Bell is expected to get at least a one game suspension with the possibility of two.