Former Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Jimmy Smith has been out of prison and on house arrest since June 19.
In March, Smith began serving a six-year prison term in Mississippi for drug possession and weapons charges, online state corrections records show.
The Mississippi Department of Corrections' website says the 44-year-old Smith entered the prison system in late March and was later moved to a facility in Yazoo City. He was sentenced by a Madison County court to two years for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and four years for possession of cocaine, records show.
His tentative release date is listed as Oct. 9, 2018.
Smith, a standout at Jackson State drafted in the second round by the Dallas Cowboys in 1992, played 13 seasons in the NFL, including 11 for the Jaguars. He played in the team's inaugural season in 1995 and Smith emerged as a dominant receiver. He continued to be a key member of the Jaguars offense that lead the team to playoff appearances for four straight years (from 1996 to 1999).
Smith has had multiple run-ins with police since his playing days, and was sentenced to 18 months of probation for a drug possession charge in 2009 in Jacksonville.
Smith voluntarily entered a drug rehabilitation program after the 2009 arrest, spending 90 days in a Houston facility. At the time, he said he hoped to return to Jacksonville and mentor the area's youth.
A Detroit native, Smith has lived in Jackson, where he once played at a local high school, for the past several years to be closer to family and friends.