Chicago Bears legend Dan Hampton was ordered to spend a year on probation for a drunk driving charge in Indiana, according to a report.
Hampton, a former defensive lineman and key piece in the Bears’ Super Bowl run in 1985, pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated on Dec. 21, the Post-Tribune reported Tuesday.
As part of a plea deal, prosecutors dropped other pending misdemeanor charges. In addition to one year of probation, the 64-year-old Pro Football Hall of Famer must attend a court-ordered substance abuse program, complete a defensive driving course and has reducing driving privileges.
“Mr. Hampton deeply regrets the decision that he made on that particular evening, but he’s accepted responsibility for his actions and he’s looking forward to successfully completing all the terms of his probation,” his attorney, Matt…