NORWALK, Ohio - A different type of pass than fans are used to seeing from former Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar got him in trouble with the law.
It wasn’t on a football field but instead on the road, where Kosar was cited by Norwalk police for passing on the left in an unsafe manner on Sunday, May 6.
According to a citation report, Norwalk Police Officer Paul Gardner was stationed in a driveway on Milan Avenue when he noticed Kosar, heading southbound in a 2010 black GMC Yukon, using the left turn lane only to pass another vehicle.
The officer stopped Kosar, who said he was in a hurry to get to Columbus and admitted to making the pass.
Kosar was cited and told about an optional court date and time.
The former quarterback was a member of the Browns from 1985 to 1993.
NewsChannel5 Sports Director Andy Baskin sat down with Kosar at the end of April. You can watch that full interview here: http://on.wews.com/MoiJ2V
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