Greg Little, Sultan of Dropped Balls and Traffic Violations




Via WOIO-TV, Cleveland Browns wide receiver Greg Little was stopped by Cleveland Police in the west bank of the Flats at roughly 1:00 a.m. Monday morning — only 11 hours and 56 minutes after his first of 1,000,000,000,000 dropped passes in yesterday's loss to the Ravens. He was cited for running a stop sign, changing course, and driving under suspension. His car was towed.

This isn't the first traffic snafu for sure-handed Little. Last week, he paid nearly $500 in costs associated with a license plate violation — seriously? — and has yet to deal with a speeding ticket for cruising at 81 MPH on 1-71.

His off-the-field trouble is ironic only because he's been so consistently impressive during games.

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