A former FSU football star makes a plea in court Monday morning. A.J. Nicholson pleads no contest to burglary and grand theft.
Police say Nicholson and ex-Seminole wide receiver Fred Rouse broke into his former roommate's house taking items from the home.
The stolen goods from Lorenzo Booker's home included $1,700 worth of electronics. Rouse earlier confessed to his involvement.
Sentencing for Nicholson is set for March 5.
Nicholson is a former FSU linebacker who went on to play for the Cincinnati Bengals.
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