Current Pittsburgh Steelers assistant coach and former Colorado State standout Joey Porter has pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct on Tuesday and was fined $300.

Porter was originally charged with suspicion of aggravated assault, simple assault, resisting arrest and public drunkenness; but, after viewing the video evidence, the Allegheny County District Attorney would then decide to pursue just disorderly conduct and the public drunkenness charge.

The charges came in connection to a Jan. 9 incident that occurred in a Pittsburgh-area bar after the Steelers’ playoff win over the Miami Dolphins. Porter is alleged to have grabbed a police officer’s wrists after having been denied entry to the establishment by a bouncer.

Here is surveillance video of the incident, which was provided by the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police:

After spending four years at Colorado State, Porter would enjoy a 12-year NFL career with the Steelers, Dolphins and Arizona Cardinals. A two-time All-Pro, he would win Super Bowl XL, as a member of the Steelers. After retiring, he spent one year as a defensive assistant for CSU before joining Pittsburgh’s staff, where he has been since 2014.