Cleveland Browns outward linebacker Armonty Bryant will not play Sunday opposite a Chiefs after being arrested early Friday morning.
Browns GM Ray Farmer sent out a matter Saturday morning observant a group was wakeful of a fact that Bryant, who is second on a group with 5.5 sacks, and teammate De’Ante Saunders were arrested after a trade stop.
“These are charges that we take really seriously,” Farmer said. “The significance of obliged decision-making is something we ceaselessly highlight to all members of a organization, that creates it intensely unsatisfactory that these dual people would put themselves in this conditions by creation such bad decisions.”
WOIO TV in Cleveland reported that Saunders, who is on a team’s use squad, was pushing when he was stopped along I-71 and arrested during 2:16 a.m. for handling a car underneath a change and speeding. According to a report, it was not immediately transparent because Bryant was arrested. The state highway unit pronounced no information will be accessible until after 10 p.m. Saturday.
Farmer combined a occurrence is theme to a NFL’s personal control policy.
This is not Bryant’s initial run-in with a law. He was arrested for offered pot when he was during East Central University in Oklahoma in 2012. After being drafted by a Browns in 2013, he was arrested for pushing underneath a change nearby a school’s stadium.