Antonio Brown pleaded no contest Friday to a battery charge stemming from a January altercation with a moving truck driver and received two years probation as part of the arrangement, according to TMZ Sports.
Brown was also ordered to undergo a psychological evaluation, complete a 13-week course on anger management, and fulfill 100 hours of community service.
Brown allegedly threw rocks at the moving truck and attacked the employee after entering his vehicle from the driver's side. The dispute began when Brown refused to pay a $4,000 fee.
Initially, Brown was charged with felony burglary conveyance, misdemeanor battery, and misdemeanor criminal mischief. Two of the charges were dropped in exchange for his no-contest plea.
A seven-time Pro Bowl wide receiver, Brown only played in one game last year because of a host of off-field issues. He spent most of the season on the commissioner's exempt list after the NFL began investigating a sexual assault allegation that was brought forth by his former personal trainer.
Brown, 31, is a free agent.