NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - Darren Sharper must adhere to a series of requirements if he wants to keep his prison term to roughly nine years, according to our partners at Nola.com/The Times Picayune.
A copy of the global plea deal was obtained for the former Saints safety and confessed rapist.
The agreement, which still must be approved by two Louisiana judges, states that Sharper would be monitored for decades following his prison term.
Sharper would also be banned for life from drinking or using the internet for sexual gratification, Nola.com/The Times Picayune states.
The agreement also states that Sharper will cooperate with state and federal authorities, answer any questions and testify if required.
Sharper has pleaded no contest or guilty in three other states to drugging and sexually assaulting women.