Browns’ Callie Brownson convicted of working car whereas impaired

Browns chief of employees Callie Brownson on Tuesday was convicted of working a car whereas impaired, in keeping with courtroom data.

In response to Brunswick Mayor’s Court docket data, Brownson, 31, was stopped on Could 27 at 12:27 a.m. in Brunswick, Ohio, after driving 55 mph in a 35 mph zone. She had a reported blood-alcohol degree of .215 — greater than two-and-a-half occasions the authorized restrict of .08.

In response to a report by Browns reporter Daryl Ruiter of Cleveland radio station WKRK-FM, Brownson on Tuesday pleaded no contest to the cost, a misdemeanor within the state of Ohio. She had her OVI and dashing prices eliminated, paying $780 in courtroom charges and fines.

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“We’re conscious of the incident and are extraordinarily disenchanted {that a} member of our group put themselves on this state of affairs,” the Browns stated in a Wednesday assertion. “We take this matter very severely and can take the suitable disciplinary actions.”

Browns coach Kevin Stefanski additionally addressed Brownson’s conviction in a Zoom information convention after the staff’s OTAs, which she didn’t attend. He stated he was “disenchanted,” however that she won’t lose her job. She may await additional punishment from the NFL.

“She’s extraordinarily remorseful,” Stefanski stated. “I’ve spoken to her many occasions and she or he’ll be taught from this. … I’m disenchanted, she’s disenchanted.”

Brownson — who in her second 12 months with the Browns is helping working backs coach Stump Mitchell — made historical past in 2020 as the primary girl to teach on the sidelines of an NFL sport. She changed tight ends coach Drew Petzing, absent for Cleveland’s November sport at Jacksonville for the delivery of his first youngster.

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