After the driver pulled over, Rogers reportedly stopped his truck and put on his emergency flashers so others wouldn't hit the car that was still partially on the highway. The driver was eventually charged with driving under the influence and operating an unsafe vehicle.
Of course, this story is even more intriguing than it normally would be because of Rogers' recent legal troubles.
Last week, he entered a diversion program in hopes of avoiding jail time after he was charged with possessing a loaded gun in his carry-on luggage at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport in April. The Browns and Rogers are awaiting word from the NFL about a possible suspension.