Florida prosecutors have offered to drop the charges against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, but only if he admits he would’ve been found guilty at trial, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday. The proposed deferred prosecution agreement, which was also offered to several other men charged with soliciting prostitution, asks each accuser to “review the evidence in the case and agree that, if it were to go to trial, the state would be able to prove their guilt,” the newspaper reported. The deal also demands the accused complete an education course about prostitution, 100 hours of community service, and get screened for sexually transmitted diseases. It was not immediately clear whether Kraft and the others would accept the proposal. In the past, Kraft has denied involvement in any illegal activity.