And hopefully has turned away from his drug-dealing ways.
Whether anyone wants to hire a 30-year-old defensive tackle who hasn't played since 2009 remains to be seen.
But Johnny Jolly now has the ability to look for a chance.
According to Pete Dougherty of the Green Bay Press-Gazette, the former Packer was reinstated by the NFL, effective Monday.
Jolly was suspended indefinitely in 2010, and served six months after a string of arrests for illegal possession of codeine.
30 year former quality 3-4 DE, fresh out of prison anyone?