In addition to dropping several passes on Sunday afternoon, Cleveland Browns wide receiver Greg Little was once again cited for a traffic violation in the late hours. Cleveland’s 19 Action News reports that Little was pulled over on Cleveland’s Elm Avenue around 1 a.m. Monday for a stop sign violation in addition to driving under a suspended license. Little’s car was towed as a result of the incident.
The third-year Browns receiver has had plenty of run-ins with local traffic officials over the last year, leading to several issues being made public and a subsequent reprimanding from head coach Rob Chudzinski. One week earlier, Little paid $472 in fines and court costs for a ticket over a license plate violation. He also has another pending ticket for speeding while going 81 mph in a 60 speed zone in Berea.
While many of Little’s traffic issues are minor in a vacuum, they are a growing sign of a player who continues to fail at doing his job on the field and show little regard for rules off of it. While Little is only credited with two dropped passes on the season, a Week 1 interception hit him in the hands before falling into the defenders arms; several targets in Week 2 also resulted in contact without a reception.
On the season, Little has eight receptions (22 targets) for 59 yards.
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