Ex-Cowboys NT Ratliff pleads guilty in 2013 DWI

Former Dallas Cowboys player Jay Ratliff received a plea deal in his 2013 DWI case in North Texas.

Ratliff, now a member of the Chicago Bears, pleaded guilty to a Class B misdemeanor DWI charge that includes one year on probation and a $750 fine. He also cannot refuse a sobriety test while on probation.

Ratliff was granted the reduced sentence because he already went through and completed several anti-drunk driving programs and performed community service.

Ratliff's blood alcohol level was twice the legal limit when he was arrested by Grapevine police in Jan. 2013 after wrecking his truck.

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