Cleveland Browns defensive end Armonty Bryant was arrested on Friday in Ada, Okla., and charged with driving under the influence after registering a .098 on the breathalyzer test, according to the Ada News.
Bryant, who played at East Central University in Oklahoma, was a seventh-round pick of the Browns, being picked just six days prior to his arrest.
During his college career, he had a run-in with the law when he was arrested for selling marijuana to an undercover police officer.
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