#BREAKING@AB84 changes plea to no contest in moving truck driver battery case. Judge sentences Brown to 2 years probation, and orders him to undergo psychological eval and take 13-week anger management course. Under probation, Brown can travel nationwide for work. @WPLGLocal10pic.twitter.com/Dtu3s3mrC3
But, the 31-year-old wide receiver cut a deal with prosecutors this week in which he changed his plea to no contest ... and in exchange, he was sentenced to 2 years probation, a 13-week anger management course and ordered to undergo a psychological evaluation.
Brown must also complete 100 hours of community service. The judge also ordered Brown to stay away from the two victims in the cases.
Brown appeared in court wearing a slick grey suit and a black facemask ... but left the building without speaking to reporters.
This is important ... Brown is allowed to travel throughout the country under the terms of his probation -- which means no travel restrictions if he returns to the NFL.