Johnny Manziel's offseason of endless headlines continued Monday as the Heisman Trophy winner pleaded guilty to a single misdemeanor charge stemming from his 2012 arrest in College Station, The Eagle reported.
Manziel had originally been charged with three misdemeanors after College Station police found him and another man fighting on the street between 3 and 4 a.m. the morning of June 29, 2012. After producing a fake ID and lying about his age, Manziel was charged with disorderly conduct, possession of the fake ID, and failure to identify himself to police.

Manziel pleaded guilty to the failure to identify charge Monday, reachuing an agreement that would see him pay the maximum $2,000 fine, pay $232 in court costs, and spend two days in jail. The judge ruled that Manziel had already served the jail time, however, when he was jailed following the 2012 arrest.

The other charges were dismissed as part of the agreement.

"He took responsibility for his actions that night and is ready to put what happened that night behind him," Manziel's attorney, Cam Reynolds, told The Eagle.