Former Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Michael Floyd has pleaded guilty in his Scottsdale DUI case from late last year, court records showed.

Floyd agreed to plead guilty to one count of extreme DUI — the other six charges against him were dropped. Documents showed Floyd would serve 24 days inside a Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office facility and the other 96 days on home detention.

KTAR News 92.3 FM’s legal analyst Monica Lindstrom, who specializes in DUI cases, said Floyd’s sentence is standard for someone convicted of a second DUI.

“This is a very typical sentence for a second time extreme DUI,” she said.

He will also be required to take an alcohol class, pay more than $5,000 in fines and perform 30 hours of community service. If he fails to meet the court’s demands, Lindstrom said he could be back behind bars.

“He may have to serve more jail time if he doesn’t complete all the other requirements that the judge put on him,” she said.

The Cardinals opted to part ways with Floyd back in December following his arrest. Team president Michael Bidwill said Floyd did not apologize to the organization or show any remorse when the decision was made to cut him.