Former Oakland Raiders cornerback Sean Smith was released from prison Tuesday after serving five months of his one-year sentence for pleading guilty to a felony assault charge.

According to Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department online records, Smith was released from custody at 5:07 a.m. local time. He sent out this tweet below: 

Smith  was sentenced to one-year in prison and five years’ probation when he agreed to plead guilty on March 13 to the felony assault charge. A charge of aggravated battery was dismissed.

Prosecutors said the cornerback beat his sister’s boyfriend after the man tried to intervene in an argument between Smith and his sister. They said he stomped on the man’s head, causing “serious bodily injury.”

A  Smith  also played for the Miami Dolphins and Chiefs and has 14 career interceptions, 102 passes defensed and 424 tackles. Hopefully he saved some of that NFL money.