Browns wide receiver Greg Little was pulled over by police at Elm Street and Riverbed Avenue in Cleveland at about 1 a.m. Monday and cited for stop sign, change of course and driving under suspension violations, Sgt, Sammy Morris, public information officer for the Cleveland Police Department, confirmed this morning.
Little’s car was towed. Morris had no information on whether Little was alone or what kind of vehicle he was driving.
Browns coach Rob Chudzinki addressed Little's most recent run-in with the law at his Monday press conference.
"I'm aware of that situation. I've addressed it with him briefly. I'll talk with him later on this afternoon when they're done with meetings," Chudzinski said.
Asked if Little will he be suspended and/or fined: Chudzinski said, "Any of those things, I'm going to keep in house."
Little was charged May 28 with parking illegally, driving a vehicle that was not registered and using dealer license plates that were not issued for the vehicle. Little struck a plea deal for the violations Sept. 10 in Cleveland Municipal Court. After originally pleading not guilty, he pleaded no contest and was assessed $472 in fines and court costs.
Little was charged with drag racing April 13 after he lost control of his Audi, crashing it into a guardrail, knocking down a light pole and leaving about 40 yards of brake tracks on the Jennings Freeway in Cleveland, according to the police report. Little denied racing and said “there were no other cars on the road at the time.”
Little, 24, and a passenger declined medical attention after the one-car crash, which took place at 2:47 a.m., according to records. Alcohol was not suspected, according to the police report. Little also was charged with leaving the scene of the crash. He later returned and told police he was driving about 127 mph when he lost control in the 55 mph zone. He was fined $350.
Little also was ticketed Aug. 19 for driving 81 mph in a 60 mph zone on Interstate 71 in Strongsville.