PITTSBURGH (AP) Pittsburgh wide receiver Tyler Boyd entered a first-time offenders program Friday following his arrest for driving under the influence last month.
Allegheny County Common Pleas judge Robert Gallo also ordered Boyd's driver's license suspended for 90 days and required Boyd to complete a safe driving program. Boyd can ask Gallo to expunge the DUI charge against him if Boyd successfully completes the programs and pays court costs.
Boyd, an All-ACC first-team selection in 2014, was pulled over in the early hours of June 12 in Jefferson Hills, about 30 minutes south of Pittsburgh. Boyd told police he had two shots of alcohol.
Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi suspended Boyd from team activities for a month. Boyd, who is from Clairton, rejoined the Panthers last week.