Updated: 8:55 p.m.
A reset on the Bengals offseason activities now that June is here.
They return to the field Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday for their third week of voluntary work. Next week, June 9 and 11, are tentatively the last two voluntary sessions before the June 18-20 mandatory minicamp.
Next stop is Georgetown College in Georgetown, Ky., for the July 30 start of training camp.
HALL PLEA: Don't look for Bengals cornerback Leon Hall to be suspended for a game after he pled guilty to reckless operation of a vehicle Monday in a case stemming from last month's DUI.
The NFL indicated at the time of the arrest that according to the substance abuse policy a first offense DUI with no aggravating circumstances normally results in only a fine. Plus, prior history is always a factor in disciplinary decisions.
According to The Cincinnati Enquirer Hall will must spend three days in a residential driver intervention program, pay a $250 fine, donate $500 to the USO and serve 64 hours of community service.
Via ProFootballTalk.com, Hall released a statement through his agent:
"Today I learned that my charge was amended and reduced to Reckless Operation of a Vehicle. I regret that I placed myself in that situation, and I want to apologize to my family, the Cincinnati Bengals organization, my teammates, the Cincinnati community and Commissioner (Roger) Goodell. I have learned a very valuable lesson and I look forward to the upcoming season."