Packers' Robinson sentenced to 90 days in jail

ST. PETER, Minn. -- Green Bay Packers wide receiver
Koren Robinson will have to serve 90 days in jail for fleeing police last
August, a prosecutor said.

Koren Robinson Robinson

Robinson was sentenced in Nicollet County Court on Tuesday for
leading officers on a high-speed chase from St. Peter to Mankato
during Vikings training camp. Robinson was a Viking in 2005.

Assistant County Attorney Paul Tanis said Robinson will be on
probation for three years. He'll also have to do 80 hours of
community service and pay a $1,500 fine.

Robinson spent the 2001-04 seasons with the Seattle Seahawks.

Tanis said Robinson is to report to the county jail by March 1,
although he can arrange to serve the 90-day sentence in Wisconsin
if he chooses to do so.

Robinson can also serve the sentence at the same time he serves
90 days for violating his probation in a separate drunken-driving
case in Kirkland, Wash., last year.

Robinson showed remorse in court Tuesday -- saying he's been
attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and trying to avoid