Browns fans held one collective breath Sunday when starting quarterback Jason Campbell was helped off the field after 330 pound Ravens Defensive Lineman Haloti Ngota landed on him in the first quarter.
BEREA, Ohio - Browns wide receivers Greg Little and Josh Gordon have pleaded not guilty to traffic violations and speeding tickets.
Little and Gordon appeared in Cleveland Municipal Court with their lawyer on Tuesday. Little, who has previously admitted driving 127 mph in a 55 mph zone, has three outstanding citations. Last week, he promised to slow down and abide by traffic laws.
Gordon was ticketed twice for speeding, once for driving 98 mph. Both players are due back on court on September 10.
Browns coach Rob Chudzinski said the player's behavior was unacceptable and said he spoke to Little and Gordon about their actions. Chudzinski said any discipline would be handled internally.
Gordon is suspended for the first two games of the regular season for violating the NFL's drug policy.
Browns wide receiver Greg Little ran into trouble off the field early Monday, according to Cleveland police.
Close as they may have been at times, the Browns fell just short - again. Déjà vu seems like destiny when it comes to Cleveland football and the continual sight is one for sore eyes, this time another 0-2 start.
Two Browns received fines for traffic violations and speeding tickets.
Browns wide receivers Greg Little and Josh Gordon have pleaded not guilty to traffic violations and speeding tickets.
Browns wide receiver Greg Little vowed to act more responsibly after risking his life and others when he wrecked his car driving 127 mph -- more than 70 mph over the legal speed limit.
Cleveland Browns wide receiver Greg Little was slapped with another speeding ticket after pleading no contest to drag racing earlier this year.
Cleveland hero Charles Ramsey took a moment to pose for a quick picture with two Cleveland Browns players out and about this week.
A touchdown and extra point from a lead, the Browns were hanging tough with the perennial division powerhouse Ravens. Then a rookie to rookie connection failed and that changed real quickly.
When you are 0-3 sometimes it's better to be under the radar. Browns wide receiver Greg Little has decided to put his "Bolt Pose" on the shelf.