Cleveland Browns Greg Robinson reportedly arrested for Marijuana possession
By Grant Puskar
Cleveland Browns left tackle Greg Robinson was reportedly arrested for possession of Marijuana on Monday in Texas.
Cleveland Browns left tackle Greg Robinson was arrested Monday at a United States border patrol checkpoint for the possession of Marijuana, according to TMZ Sports. Robinson is still in custody, and is reportedly facing a felony charge for possession with intent to distribute.
Throughout this past season, the Browns struggled to protect their franchise quarterback Baker Mayfield mightily, with Robinson being one of the big question marks on that offensive line. He started in 14 games for the Browns at left tackle.
After signing a one-year deal last offseason, Robinson is set to be an unrestricted free agent this offseason. According to Tom Withers of the Associated Press, the Browns had informed Robinson that they would not be bringing him back in 2020 as a free agent.
The Browns originally signed Robinson in 2018, and then re-signed him in 2019. Robinson had a rough year for the Browns in 2019, going from starting to getting benched prior to the game in New England against the Patriots.
Robinson was drafted by the Rams in 2014 in the first round as the second overall pick in the draft. The Rams signed him to a fully guaranteed contract worth $21 million dollars over four years.
Robinson and the Rams were not a good match, as he was traded to the Lions for a 6th round pick in 2017. After one season with the Lions, Detroit moved on from Robinson and Robinson landed with the Browns in 2018.
With the Browns already having their fair share of struggles on the offensive line this past season, bringing back Robinson was already not likely due to his struggles on the field. With the Browns informing him that they will not be bringing him back, they will look elsewhere to improve at the left tackle position.