Jets tight end Chris Herndon pleaded guilty Wednesday to driving while intoxicated, according to TMZ.
This dates back to his arrest June 2 after he was involved in a two-way crash 20 minutes from the Jets' facility.
Herndon could be suspended two games for a first offense, according to the NFL's substance-abuse policy. Herndon's license was suspended 90 days and he will need to complete a 12-hour, state-manded program for DWI offenders.
Herndon had a strong rookie season for the Jets, catching 39 passes for 502 yards and four touchdowns.