Browns rookie WR Callaway had bullets, gun part in car


On Wednesday, the dash-camera video obtained by TMZ shows Callaway getting out of his car and being questioned by police after the ammunition and a “strap”

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Cleveland Browns wide receiver Antonio Callaway gets lined up Tuesday during training camp, in Berea, Ohio. Callaway was cited for marijuana possession when he was pulled over by suburban Strongsville, Ohio police early Sunday morning and a small amount of marijuana, bullets and a gun part were found under his seat.’

CLEVELAND ‘ As Browns wide receiver Antonio Callaway stood by, a police officer said he “got real nervous” when he found bullets and a gun part while searching the rookie’s vehicle.

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Cleveland Browns wide receiver Antonio Callaway, right, talks with quarterback Tyrod Taylor during NFL football training camp, Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018, in Berea, Ohio. Callaway was cited for marijuana possession, the latest drama for one of the team’s wide receivers. Callaway was pulled over by suburban Strongsville, Ohio police early Sunday morning, Aug. 5, and a small amount of marijuana was found under his seat. (AP Photo/David Dermer)

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New Browns starter Antonio Callaway was cited for marijuana possession on Sunday morning – ESPN Cleveland Blog .

The day before, Callaway was stopped in his vehicle for a traffic violation at 2:59 a.m. by Strongsville police and cited for marijuana possession and driving with a suspended license.

The Browns traded former starting receiver and first-round draft pick Corey Coleman later that evening.

Callaway came to the Browns with a checkered past. He was suspended his last season at Florida for involvement in a credit card fraud case. After declaring for the draft, he tested positive for marijuana at the NFL scouting combine in February.

For those reasons, Callaway was considered a risky draft choice and he fell to the fourth round. Browns GM John Dorsey traded up in the fourth round to select Callaway with the 105th overall pick of the draft. Dorsey said he considered Callaway a worthy risk because he evaluated him “first or second” among receivers in the draft, and the Browns had a strong support staff in place to steer Callaway on the right path.

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Browns’ Antonio Callaway accused of marijuana possession and a suspended license

BEREA, Ohio — Rookie receiver Antonio Callaway may have already blown his big chance at a starting job with the Browns.

Callaway, the Browns’ fourth-round pick out of Florida who was promoted to first-team offense on Sunday when Corey Coleman was traded to the Bills, was cited for marijuana possession and driving with a suspended license at 2:59 a.m. Sunday, according to a Strongsville police report obtained by cleveland.com.

Callaway’s hearing is Thursday at 9:30 a.m. in Strongsville’s Mayor’s Court. The Browns are traveling to New York Wednesday to face the Giants in the preseason opener Thursday night, and it’s not yet known if he’ll make the trip.

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