Browns’ Greg Robinson Busted With 157 Pounds Of Marijuana And Is Facing 20 Years In Prison

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Browns offensive tackle Greg Robinson is facing some very serious charges after getting arrested by border patrol on Wednesday.

According to several reports Robinson was busted with 157 pounds of marijuana while traveling from LA to Louisiana.

Via TMZ Sports

TMZ Sports has learned that Greg Robinson was busted with 156.9 pounds of marijuana, according to law enforcement docs.
Robinson — who was also with 26-year-old ex-NFL player Quan Bray — was stopped around 7:15 PM on Monday evening after a Border Patrol drug-sniffing dog alerted to the rear cargo door of their 2020 Chevy Tahoe.

According to the docs, Robinson and Bray were NOT reentering the country from Mexico — rather they were trying to get from Los Angeles to Louisiana and hit the checkpoint on the way.

The agents performed a follow-up search and located several vacuum-sealed black bags full of a green leafy substance.
Border Patrol tested the substance and it came back positive for marijuana.

Robinson was busted with former NFL player Quan Bray and both are facing up 20 years in prison if convicted.

It’s safe to say Robinson won’t be playing for the Browns or in the NFL next season.