Posted October 09, 2013 on
AP on Fox
Cleveland Browns executive Jon Sandusky, the son of former Penn State assistant Jerry Sandusky, was arrested early Tuesday morning on suspicion of drunken driving.
Fargo police Lt. Joel Vettel told The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead that an officer spotted Jon Sandusky, 36, making an illegal turn. The officer pulled Sandusky over and decided he was driving under the influence after administering field sobriety tests.
A worker at the Cass County Jail confirmed Tuesday night that Sandusky had been booked and later released.
Sandusky is in his fourth season as Cleveland's director of player personnel after spending nine seasons with Philadelphia's personnel department. He's responsible for the evaluation of all college prospects and NFL free agents. He played safety for Penn State from 1996-99.
"We're aware of the situation and currently working to gather facts," Browns spokesman Zak Gilbert told The Associated Press.
Jerry Sandusky, 69, a former defensive coordinator for the Nittany Lions, is serving 30 to 60 years in prison for sexually abusing 10 boys over 15 years.
BEST OF MAXIM
After being assured via a text message from head coach Rob Chudzinski that he won't be traded, Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon now finds himself the subject of trade rumors, and the San Francisco 49ers might be the ones to go after him.
Wide receiver Josh Cooper signed again with the Cleveland Browns today as the team prepares for life with Brandon Weeden back at quarterback.
Cooper, a slot receiver at Oklahoma State who caught eight passes for the Browns last season, was released just last Monday. Then today, the team signed him back to the practice squad and released linebacker Justin Staples.
In other practice...
In the name of front office accountability, I’ve been very open with the fact that I’m not a fan of the Trent Richardson trade. I’ve learned quite a bit about criticism and sports over the last five years with our Cleveland franchises and Mike Holmgren helped ensure that I already finished drinking my last bottle of “Benefit of the Doubt” cola, 1 let alone a sugary glass...
Give Brandon Weeden credit. He heard the fans booing on Thursday night and responded with enough plays to earn the win.
Give him credit for saying the right things as well.
When asked about being booed in Thursday’s game, Weeden said he understood why the fans booed.
“Obviously I heard them (the boos) but I personally think we have the best fans in the National Football League...
Thursday Night Football was special to Cleveland in many ways. It was a chance for a young and improving Browns team to prove on a national stage, that what they had done the last few weeks were not a fluke, and they are for real. More than that it was a chance for a young nobody to thrust himself into the national spotlight and grab a firm hold on a starting job in the NFL...
In his weekly press conference Cleveland Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski said that the team is not shopping wide receiver Josh Gordon and have no plans to trade him.
Chudzinski was asked about Gordon in light of rumors and reports that surfaced from national media members after the weekend. The coach was asked about the timing of the rumors and whether these reported conversations...
According to Will Burge of the Bleacher Report, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on NFL Insiders that the Browns and 49ers have discussed a trade involving wide receiver Josh Gordon.
For those who missed it, @AdamSchefter apparently said on NFL Insiders that the #Browns & 49ers have discussed a trade for Gordon
— Will Burge (@WillBurge) October 7, 2013
The 49ers need to acquire...
Cleveland Browns director of player personnel Jon Sandusky was arrested at 1:50 a.m. Tuesday on suspicion of drunken driving, according to news reports from North Dakota. Their are several reports that placed Jon Sandusky at North Dakota State University. If that is the case, the Browns could be extremely interested in CB Marcus Williams. Sandusky […]
Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden is expected to start Week 6 against Detroit, according to Browns beat writer Mary Kay Cabot.Fantasy Spin:The quarterback questions in Cleveland ended when Brian Hoyer's knee injury ended his season. Weeden isn't likely to get a challenge from Jason Campbell.
Cleveland Browns Director of Player Personnel Jon Sandusky was arrested on DUI charges in Fargo, ND early Tuesday morning. The 36-year-old NFL front office man turned down a breathalyzer test and then failed field sobriety tests miserably.
Yes, he’s the son of Jerry Sandusky, the amoral monster who’s atrocities led to the (deserved) dismal state of Penn State football today....
The Cleveland Browns are expected to look to quarterback Brandon Weeden to lead them the rest of the way after Brian Hoyer's season-ending injury. The Detroit Lions are hoping they don't have the difficult task of trying to replace All-Pro receiver Calvin Johnson for a second straight week.
The Browns will try to remain in first place in the AFC North by earning a fourth...
NFL owners will provide financial support to the Cleveland Browns and to the Washington Redskins to upgrade their stadiums. Will it be enough to compete with fan experience in their own home? Calling a time out for that one.
The Browns will receive $62.5 million in funding for at $120 million, two-year renovation project for FirstEnergy Stadium. The Browns revealed that new stadium...