Indianapolis Colts' D'Qwell Jackson was fined $1,000 and ordered to pay $50 in court fees for punching a D.C. pizza delivery driver in the face.
Judge Wendell Gardner Jr. found Jackson guilty of simple assault in D.C. court earlier this month.
The linebacker, who played for the University of Maryland, was charged following an incident Feb. 3, 2015, that began when Jackson got into an argument with a man over a parking spot in the 1900 block of 12th Street NW, near U Street area, according to an arrest report.
U.S. & World
At some point, Jackson apparently punched the victim in the face and in the back of the head.
The victim, Jose Bonilla Fuentes, told News4's Pat Collins he was blocking Jackson's parking space in an alley, but offered to move. He said Jackson threatened to kill him and he threatened to call police, but Jackson took his phone and started kicking him.
"He hit me everywhere," said Bonilla Fuentes, then 41. "He choked me for more than one minute."
Bonilla Fuentes, a single father of three, said he worked construction during the day and delivered for Italian Pizza Kitchen on U Street at night.