The Cleveland Browns' Offensive Tackle Greg Robinson and free agent wide receiver Quan Bray were pulled over earlier this week at a Border checkpoint, and what patrol officers found could land the two in multiple-year sentences.
On Monday, the two were pulled over after a border-patrol canine at the Sierra Blanca Checkpoint Station sniffed out their vehicle. Border Patrol agents would ultimately find 157 pounds of marijuana in their trunk in large duffle bags. Robinson and Bray were charged with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute marijuana and possession with intent to distribute marijuana. If convicted, they're looking at about 20 years in prison!
Robinson was informed recently that he wouldn't be returning for the 2020 to Cleveland, but now, it seems like the least of his concerns. Robinson's representatives and the Cleveland Browns have yet to comment on the matter.