I struggle to understand what goes through some young draft picks mine when he decides to make a bonehead choice.
The Cleveland Browns selected Eastern Central (Okla.) pass rusher Armonty Bryant in the seventh round of the 2013 NFL Draft knowing full well that he was a character risk.
According to reports, Bryant was suspended for three games last season after twice being arrested for selling marijuana to an undercover officer.
The fact that he was busted twice in the same season dealing drugs, and only missed three games tells you all you need to know about the chances he’s gotten.
Bryant’s legal troubles continued after he was arrested Friday morning in Ada, Okla., and charged with driving under the influence according to Ohio.com.
Bryant was pulled over at 3:46 a.m. He took a breathalyzer test and recorded a 0.098, which is over the Oklahoma legal limit of 0.08.
Bryant posted $500 bail and was released from the Pontotoc County Justice Center at 10:30 a.m. Friday
The Browns released a statement and said they’re aware of what happened and are “collecting more information.”
Armonty Bryant is not even a first or second round pick, yet has no regard for the chance the Browns tried to give him. I just struggled to understand why and how he can make the choices he decides to make.