Smoot and McKinnie pleaded guilty to charges of disorderly conduct and public nuisance on a watercraft. Each will perform 48 hours of community service and pay court costs and a $2,000 fine, the Minnesota Star-Tribune reported.
In addition, both received stayed 30-day jail sentences, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reported.
The NFL could still hand out penalties in the case.
The October boat cruise scandal reportedly involved the NFL players receiving lap dances and performing sex acts in the open in front of crew members. Many crew members were deeply offended and disturbed by the raucous party.
The boat crew is reportedly relieved at not having to testify at another trial.
Vikings owner Zygi Wilf said the incident was an embarrassment to the organization. The Vikings want to put the scandal behind them and move on, the Star-Tribune reported.
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