Baltimore Ravens linebacker Rolando McClain pleaded guilty to a window tint violation and a charge of providing police with false information was dismissed on Monday in Decatur, Ala., as part of an agreement before his scheduled court date on Thursday, per the Baltimore Sun.
McClain signed an expletive on the name line rather than his real name resulting in the false information charge. He paid a fine of $186 online to settle the charge of the window tint violation.
McClain, who signed with the Ravens after being released by the Oakland Raiders, still has two other charges pending against him for reckless driving and driving an uninsured vehicle. Those charges are schedeuled to be heard in court next month.
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