Former Boise State University Bronco and Detroit Lions receiver Titus Young was sentenced Tuesday for assaulting his former attorney, the Los Angeles Times reports.
The sentencing was for a felony battery charge he picked up in July 2014, when Young tackled his former attorney and punched him in the face. As part of a plea agreement, Young will spend a year receiving behavioral therapy at the Crosby Center in Escondido, Calif. He will also serve five years probation.
Young has had a troubled relationship with the law since leaving Boise State. In 2013, he was arrested three times in a six-day period for suspicion of driving under the influence; burglary, when he attempted to break into an impound lot where his car had been towed; and again for allegedly breaking into a home.
According to the Times, doctors said Young is the victim of a brain injury suffered following a concussion, and the attack on his attorney occurred at a time when he was being "over-medicated."