Texans running back D'Onta Foreman has reached a favorable resolution on marijuana and gun charges stemming from his arrest in July in Austin, according to his Houston-based attorney Chip Lewis. The former University of Texas star pleaded no contest to a single misdemeanor count, a charge of disorderly conduct for making unreasonable noise. That charge will be dismissed by Travis County prosecutors, provided that the NFL player has no legal issues for 90 days. Foreman was required to pay a $500 fine and turn in a gun that police found in his car. The Texas City native was originally charged with two misdemeanors: Possession of marijuana and unlawful carrying of a weapon.