Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee has avoided prosecution for a public intoxication arrest by signing a diversion agreement with the Marion County Prosecutor's Office. McAfee was arrested in October after he was found wet and shirtless following a night of drinking in Broad Ripple. Under the deal, McAfee has to pay a $298 fee and perform eight hours of community service. He also must attend a National Football League-sponsored alcohol education program. Diversion agreements are common for first-time offenders.