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Getting a quote is easier than ever. So we're changing it to death taxes and that the Browns are going to Brown and the Sixers are going to stick, sir. Start with Cleveland free now and the news that the Cleveland Browns rookie Antonio Calloway. It's now been cited for marijuana possession pulled over in his car by strong Zillow, high police at Reemstma on Sunday morning. He failed to yield to oncoming traffic and a small amount of marijuana was found under his seat. He was also driving with a suspended license. This Brown's fourth round, pick despite a troubled past at Florida suspended last season for involvement in a credit card. Fraud case also tested positive for marijuana at the NFL combine in February. And this of course happened just hours before the Browns traded receiver, Cory Coleman. A previous draft pick to the bills. Also, Josh Gordon is out. So this would have been useful information to them a few hours earlier than they found out. They may not have made that move with Corey Coleman and either way free dial if you're the Browns, are you the team that thinks it's wise to take a chance on a guy with substance abuse problems that have already reared their had at the combine right? If you can't control yourself enough to not test positive at the combine and you already had issues at Florida, are you adding him to the list of potential draft busts that very recently include Johnny Mandel for the same reason. And jury's still out on Josh Gordon for the same reason. This is why the Browns are gonna are gonna Brown. Always do when when you make this kind of call from a front office perspective, you're hoping that you can catch value and you believe that the structure within your locker room can can bring a kid like this along and and get him not only right on the field, but off of it as well. But when you have this many red flags and warning signs and you still roll the dice and this happens, you have to point at the front office and go, what the heck were you doing? I mean, that's the key here. When you know this much information about a prospect in a prospect that has had this many issues in his past, and this still happens, you deserve all the criticism that's coming your way. You deserve all the people laughing and shaking their heads and going of the Browns because this is the call that you could have avoided, and this is the call you made anyway. Yeah, you're right. And I remember talking about Calloway back on this show during the combine and wondering which team was likely to be willing to take. Chance on a guy who had the history he had and showed up to the combine and was unable to present himself in a way that was that was sufficient to pass the test. I mean, also I didn't even mention yet that he was accused of sexual assault in two thousand fifteen and suspended from school that off season. He was later cleared in a title nine hearing, but the accuser enter attorney boycotted it because there was a Florida booster adjudicating the case. They didn't feel should get a fair shake in rightfully so during the hearing, he said, he was so stoned. He had no interest in having sex with anyone that somebody said as an as his defense for why he couldn't possibly have sexually assaulted her. I mentioned the credit card fraud incident, and you know, this is a chance that the Browns were willing to take on a guy who now could have already blown his spot has potential for a starting job with the Browns..