According to the Boston Herald, Patriots cornerback Alfonzo Dennard will report to a Nebraska jail on Sunday to serve a 60-day sentence for for violating his probation last year.
Dennard, along with receiving a third year of probation, and an extra 100 hours of community service, also had his suspended jail sentence increased from 30 days, to a 60-day term.
He can be released in 38 days with good behavior. Given Dennard has already served three days in jail, he could be out in five weeks.
With him starting his two months of jail time tomorrow, it’s possible he won’t miss much, if any, of the start of the Patriots offseason workout program, which kicks off in mid-April.
Dennard had initially been sentenced to 30 days in jail, 100 hours of community service, and two years of probation for his assault on a police officer right before he was drafted in 2012. He violated his probation when he was arrested for a DUI this past off-season.
Dennard has been a good player for the Pats, hopefully this will wake him up.