How much weed does someone need to be found with for TMZ to report it as "a lot of marijuana?" Whatever the bar is, it looks like Cleveland Browns offensive tackle Greg Robinson apparently reached it. And now the Browns star is in serious trouble.
According to TMZ Sports, Robinson is in border patrol custody after he was stopped at a U.S.-Mexico border checkpoint. As of writing, Robinson is reportedly still in custody, and facing a federal charge of possession with intent to distribute.
"Cleveland Browns lineman Greg Robinson... is in custody after officials say he was found with A LOT of marijuana at a border patrol checkpoint."
It's unclear just how much marijuana Robinson allegedly had in his possession. However, it's clear he allegedly had enough to put himself in serious trouble.
The former No. 2 overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, Robinson began his career with the St. Louis Rams, starting 42 games. But the Rams were unsatisfied with Robinson's performance and switched started moving him around the offensive line before deciding they were done with him.
Robinson was traded to the Detroit Lions after just three seasons, but was waived the Lions in the middle of the 2017 season.
He found his way onto the Cleveland Browns roster in 2018, and earned his way back into the starting lineup.
In 2019, Robinson started 14 of 15 games for the Browns.
He will be out of contract heading into the 2020 off-season though. But right now he's got bigger things to worry about than where he'll continue his NFL career.