Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray has agreed to a deal to resolve misdemeanor charges related to a July Fourth boating incident without pleading guilty.
The Knoxville News Sentinel (http://bit.ly/PFaqvX ) reported Bray was in court on Wednesday in Loudon County General Sessions Court and agreed to speak to schools about boater safety or appear in a public service advertisement. He also lost his boating rights for a year, must take a boating training course and pay court costs.
He was charged with reckless operation of a personal watercraft and failure to have a boating education certificate after a wildlife officer spotted him driving too close to another Jet Ski operator and swimmers at Tellico Lake.
Bray was also linked to a vandalism investigation in Knoxville last month, but no charges were filed.