Ohio State Highway Patrol spokesman Craig Cvetan said Browns undrafted free agent safety De'Ante Saunders who is on the practice squad was pulled over on I-71 southbound at 2:16 am Christmas morning for speeding,(going 75mph in a 60) and was eventually arrested for OVI. The Ohio State Highway Patrol spokesman said Saunders had a handgun in the car without a permit and his case will be forwarded to the Cuyahoga County prosecutor for review to determine if he will be charged with having a weapon while intoxicated. De'Ante Saunders' passenger Browns OLB Armonty Bryant was arrested for possession of Adderall and couldn't produce a prescription at the time of his arrest. Bryant was not charged, but his case has been forwarded to prosecutor's office for charges if he can't produce a prescription.
Adderall is a banned substance in NFL if you don't have a prescription.
Bryant could be disciplined by the league and placed in the substance abuse program if he is not in it currently. In May 2013, a week after being drafted by the Browns Bryant was arrested on a DUI charge in Oklahoma. He pleaded no contest. In college, Bryant also pleaded no contest to a felony charge of distributing marijuana in the school zone of East Central University. Armonty Bryant is on probation. Below is a copy of Saunders' ticket has been provided by the OSP, as well as GM Ray Farmer's statement:
Armonty Bryant did not travel with the team and will be inactive for today's game agains Kansas City.
Golson transferred to FSU as a graduate transfer from Notre Dame last spring. Golson was the quarterback when Notre Dame went to the BCS Championship Game vs. Alabama after the 2012 season. He missed the 2013 season because of academic issues and returned in 2014. He finishes 2015 with a stat line of 147-219 passing for 1,778 yards and 11 touchdowns and three interceptions. Sean Maguire will be the starter for the Seminoles.
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