NFL offensive tackle Greg Robinson was being held Wednesday in a Texas jail on a pending drug distribution charge, records show.
Robinson, 27, who played for the Cleveland Browns last season, was booked by the Drug Enforcement Administration on Tuesday, according to El Paso County jail records.
He faces a charge of possessing marijuana with the intention to sell, according to the jail records. The offense date occurred Monday.
The arrest was first reported by TMZ Sports.
Last season, Robinson was benched for one game and missed another due to a concussion.
According to a team source, the Browns had already conveyed to Robinson that they would not re-sign him this offseason. Cleveland has a new coach, Kevin Stefanski, and new general manager, Andrew Berry.