Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray leaves Loudon County General Sessions Court after answering charges stemming from a July 4 personal watercraft incident, Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2012, in Lenoir City, Tenn. (AP Photo)
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - 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 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.
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