Former Washington Commanders safety Deshazor Everett sentenced to three months house arrest 3:36 PM ET John KeimESPN Staff Writer Close Covered the Redskins for the Washington Examiner and other media outlets since 1994 Authored or co-authored three books on the Redskins and one on the Cleveland Browns ASHBURN, Va. - Former Washington safety Deshazor Everett was sentenced to three months house arrest, stemming from a December car accident that killed his longtime girlfriend. Everett, sentenced in Loudoun County General District Court, also had his license suspended for six months. He was sentenced to 12 months of house arrest, but had nine months suspended. In July, Everett, 30, pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of reckless driving. He faced up to a year in prison. Everett was initially charged with felony involuntary manslaughter after an investigation determined he was driving 90 miles an hour in a 45 mile an hour zone. He lost control of his Nissan GT-R on the semirural Virginia road, struck a cluster of trees and rolled over. His girlfriend, Olivia Peters, died at a local hospital. Everett, a former special teams captain and backup safety for Washington, was treated for serious injuries and released from the hospital four days after the crash. Two teammates, linebacker Jamin Davis and corner Benjamin St-Juste , were in a car ahead of Everett after the group had gone out to dinner. Everett played seven seasons with the franchise before being released in March.