Michael Floyd has begun serving his 24 days in jail

Michael Floyd has begun serving his 24 days in jail

Former Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Michael Floyd has pleaded guilty to extreme DUI in a Scottsdale city court.

Floyd pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 120 days, according to NBC affiliate KPNX in Phoenix. He must also complete 30 community service hours and pay a fine of $5,115.99.

Michael Floyd is going to jail.

Scottsdale police body camera footage showed Floyd passed out behind the wheel at the intersection of Camelback Road and Goldwater. Floyd's blood alcohol content level was.217, well above the legal limit of.08.

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Floyd was claimed by the New England Patriots after the Cardinals waived him in mid-December, three days after his arrest.

Floyd was arrested for a previous DUI on March 20, 2011 while he was at Notre Dame.

Floyd was picked up by the New England Patriots, an enviable landing spot to be sure.

By agreeing to the plea, his other charges were dropped. But he was inactive for the AFC Championship Game, and then was by far the biggest-name inactive for either team in Super Bowl 51. He is a free agent this off-season and it isn't clear if he will be re-signed by the team.