FAYETTEVILLE, AR - Former Arkansas quarterback Clint Stoerner has reached an agreement with prosecutors to resolve a drunken-driving charge.
Stoerner's driver's license will be suspended for four months, but he will have a restricted driving permit so he can drive to work. Under the agreement, Stoerner had admitted to driving while intoxicated but his record won't show that he refused to submit to a breathalyzer test.
Stoerner was stopped by Fayetteville police on September 29 because the music coming from his car was too loud. Police say a field sobriety test indicated Stoerner was intoxicated.
An order stipulating the agreement was filed Wednesday by Washington County Circuit Judge Kim Smith.
Stoerner, who lives in Little Rock, was quarterback for Arkansas from 1996 through the 1999 season and still holds many Razorback passing records. He was a backup on the Dallas Cowboys roster for three seasons and later played for the Nashville Kats of the Arena Football League.