Seahawks OL John Moffitt pleads guilty to misdemeanor

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John Moffitt received a suspended sentence of 24 months in jail after multiple incidents at the Bellevue Square and Lincoln Square malls.

Seattle Seahawks guard John Moffitt will manage to avoid jail time, provided he can stay out of trouble, after he pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct on Friday and received a suspended sentence of 24 months in jail, according to Danny O'Neil of 710 ESPN Seattle.

The 319-pound offensive lineman was reportedly seen by a security guard urinating on the skybridge between the Bellevue Square and Lincoln Square malls in January 2012. Moffitt was given a one-year ban from the mall, but returned five months later to urinate next to a parked car and run away from mall security.

In August 2012, Moffitt was arrested on a misdemeanor charge of criminal trespass when he was seen at a restaurant in Lincoln Square, although he managed to avoid publicly urinating before the arrest.

On Twitter, Moffitt has managed to keep a sense of humor about the event, even retweeting this captioned picture of him and quarterback Russell Wilson:

A third-round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, Moffitt has started 15 games in two seasons for the Seahawks, struggling with injuries in each of his first two NFL seasons.

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