(USATODAY) — New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and others charged as part of a prostitution solicitation sting in Florida last month have been offered deferred prosecution deals that would ultimately lead to the dismissal of solicitation charges, according to a published report on Tuesday.

The Wall Street Journal reported that the agreement proposed by prosecutors mandates the men review the evidence and admit they would be found guilty if the case went to trial, something former assistant U.S. Attorney David S. Weinstein said is not typically part of such diversion agreements.

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