Vikings OC Wes Phillips sentenced for DWI

A Minnesota Vikings coach was sentenced Friday for a December impaired driving arrest.

Offensive coordinator Wes Phillips agreed to plead guilty to an amended count of careless driving on Thursday, a day before a scheduled court hearing.

He received a 30-day sentence in the Hennepin County Workhouse, but that sentence will be stayed for the duration of his one-year probation. Phillips was also sentenced to three days in the workhouse but had credit for two days served. This leaves him with one day left to serve.

Phillips must also perform community service and pay a $300 fine and $78 in court fees. His sentence also calls for him to comply with any chemical assessment recommendations and complete a Mothers Against Drunk Driving victim impact panel.

He was charged with DWI after he was pulled over and arrested on Dec. 8. He traveled with the team and coached in the game in Las Vegas on Dec. 10.

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