NFL offensive tackle Greg Robinson was being held in a Texas jail Wednesday while facing drug distribution charges, according to records.
Robinson, 27, who played last season for the Cleveland Browns, was signed by the Drug Enforcement Administration on Tuesday, according to records from the El Paso County jail.
He faces charges for possession of marijuana with intent to sell, according to jail records. The date of the offense occurred on Monday.RELATED
The arrest was first reported by TMZ Sports.
The St. Louis Rams recruited the former star of Auburn University with the second global draw selection of 2014.
He started the last two seasons as a left tackle for the Browns. Last season, Robinson was sent to the bench for a game and one more was lost by shock.
According to a team source, the Browns had already informed Robinson that he would not be hired for the following season. Cleveland premieres head coach, Kevin Stefanski, and new general manager, Andrew Berry.