By People Staff
Updated April 15, 1999 12:00 AM
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Atlanta Falcons player Eugene Robinson will have a prostitution solicitation charge wiped from his record if he completes an AIDS awareness course and gets tested for the disease. The football player wasn’t in court Tuesday when his lawyer struck the pre-trial deal, reports the Associated Press. Robinson could have gotten 60 days in jail if convicted. Robinson, 35, was arrested Jan. 30, the night before the Super Bowl, for allegedly soliciting an undercover police officer for oral sex. He was among about 25 people arrested in a sting on Biscayne Boulevard. Robinson’s arrest came 12 hours after a Christian athletes group selected him the winner of an award for high moral character. He returned the award.