Browns OL Greg Robinson arrested for having marijuana at US-Mexico border
Greg Robinson has had his fair share of issues on the field since he was drafted with the second overall pick back in 2014, and the former Auburn star now has some legal trouble to deal with as well.
Robinson, who started 14 games for the Cleveland Browns at offensive tackle last season, was arrested on Monday for having a large amount of marijuana with him at a checkpoint near the United States-Mexico border. According to TMZ, Robinson was still in jail as of Wednesday and is facing a federal charge of possession with intent to distribute.
The Browns recently informed Robinson that they will not be bringing him back next season, TMZ reports. Robinson’s arrest will likely make them even more sure about that decision.
The Rams drafted Robinson with the No. 2 overall pick in 2014, and he was never able to live up to the hype. He spent three seasons with the Rams before being traded to the Detroit Lions in 2017, and he wound up with the Browns after that. He had missed just one game with Cleveland over the past two seasons.