Federal prosectors announced a deal with Haslam's truck stop company on Monday.

Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam got some good news on Monday, and it has nothing to do with football. His company, Pilot Flying J, has reached a $92 million settlement with the government and will not be prosecuted. The U.S. Department of Justice announced the deal on Monday.

The country's largest truck stop chain has been embattled for over a year by a federal criminal investigation into alleged diesel fuel rebate fraud. Though the investigation will continue, the company stated on Monday that it had "reached an understanding with the U.S. Attorney's office" and the U.S. Department of Justice that will spare it from prosecution.

Pilot Flying J has agreed to pay the fine over a two-year period and fully cooperate with the ongoing investigation.