Jets tight end Chris Herndon pleaded guilty in court on Wednesday to driving while intoxicated in Rockaway Township, NJ, per multiple reports.
He received a 90-day driver's license suspension and was fined $639 in Rockaway Township Municipal Court, according to a court official.
Herndon's plea stems from a June arrest when he crashed into a 76-year-old man's SUV at 4:45 a.m on Interstate 80 westbound.
The 22-year-old, fourth-round draft pick had a blood-alcohol level of 0.15 -- almost twice the legal limit of 0.08.
Neither Herndon or the driver of the other car, Albert Elliott of Manalapan, NJ, were seriously hurt in the crash.
The Jets tight end also likely faces discipline from the NFL.
Per ESPN's Rich Cimini, a first-time offender would likely be given a two-game suspension, per league alcohol policy, and the commissioner can impose additional discipline for aggravating circumstances.
According to the police report, Herndon's SUV flipped upon striking Elliott's SUV, and slid about 700 feet and one of Herndon's wheels was stuck in the side of Elliott's vehicle.
A witness claimed Herndon was travelling in excess of 100 mph but Herndon told police he was driving 58 mph.
Herndon played in all 16 games his rookie season, finishing with 39 catches, 502 yards and four touchdowns.