Greg Little has yet to turn heads on the field this season, but he continues to find trouble off of it.
The Browns receiver was pulled over and cited for sign violation, change of course and driving under suspension in Cleveland late Sunday night, according to WOIO 19. His car was then towed by authorities.
Little, 24, has a history of traffic violations, crashing his car while going 127 MPH in April and paying $472 in traffic fines and court fees earlier this month in connection with a separate speeding incident.
Little, a 2011 second-round pick, is in his third season with the Browns and was expected to become a primary target for quarterback Brandon Weeden this season. So far, he’s been a disappointment, though, catching just eight passes for 59 yards in the Browns’ first two games this season.