Judge sentences Dorial Green-Beckham for DWI in Springfield

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Ex-NFL player and Hillcrest High School football star Dorial Green-Beckham avoided jail time Monday in his sentencing for a DWI.

Judge Jerry Harmison sentenced Green-Beckham to two years unsupervised probation for the the arrest in 2017. He must also complete 60 hours of community service.

Troopers pulled Green-Beckham over on suspicion of drunk driving in December.

He has a history of arrests. Columbia, Mo. police arrested Green-Beckham for a marijuana offense while at the University of Missouri from 2012-2013. He was also arrested for an incident involving alleged violence against a woman. Those charges were later dropped. But the university dismissed Green-Beckham from the football program shortly after the arrest.

Beckham set the national receiving yards record while at Hillcrest High School from 2009-2012. He last played for the Philadelphia Eagles in the National Football League.