Callaway, the Browns' fourth-round pick out of Florida, was cited for marijuana possession and a suspended license at 2:59 Sunday morning, according to a Strongville police report obtained by cleveland.com.
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Later reports Tuesday said Callaway claims the marijuana was left in the car by someone else. Callaway was already at least in Stage 1 of the NFL's Substance Abuse Program before this incident.
Callaway and Higgins, as we just reported over the last couple of days, were likely in a battle for the Browns' No. 3 WR spot after the trade of Corey Coleman. Callaway practiced Monday and Tuesday and the Browns said they were aware of the situation.