Disorderly conduct and public drunkenness charges were dismissed against Steelers PK Jeff Reed on Monday, according to multiple published reports.
Reed faced four charges stemming from an incident last October outside a Pittsburgh bar, but a Pittsburgh judge dismissed two charges in March and said he would dismiss the other two charges if Reed completed 40 hours of community service. Reed completed his community service with the Salvation Army, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and The Associated Press.
Reed, 31, connected on 27-of-31 field goals for Pittsburgh last season.
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