The Chicago Sun-Times reports prosecutors say Rogers continued to commit fraud after entering his guilty plea, this time involving a phony Super Bowl I game ball.
U.S. District Judge Thomas Durkin on Wednesday described Rogers' actions as "monumentally stupid."
Before his sentencing Rogers looked at his oldest son in court and said "I screwed it up." The 44-year-old said he didn't think of his son when he was "doing these things."
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