Cleveland Browns offensive tackle Greg Robinson is being held in a Texas jail on a pending drug distribution charge, according to multiple reports.
Robinson, 27, who played for the Cleveland Browns last season, was booked by the Drug Enforcement Administration into jail. He is facing a charge of possessing marijuana with the intention to sell.
The former Auburn draft pick started 22 games for Cleveland the last two seasons. He will not likely be brought back next season with this arrest, but he could be playing on a Penitentiary football team in the near future. If convicted Robinson could face Federal Prison time.