On Tuesday, Callie Brownson, the head of Browns staff, was convicted of mishandling a vehicle, according to the courts.
According to the Brunswick District Court, Brownson, 31, was stopped on May 27 at 12:27 p.m. in Brunswick, Ohio, after driving 55 mph for 35 mph. His blood alcohol level was .215, two and a half times the legal limit.
According to a report by Browns reporter Daryl Ruiter Cleveland radio station WKRK-FM reported that Brownson did not report any competition on Tuesday, missing the state of Ohio. He was stripped of his OVI and high-speed charges, paying $ 780 in court fees and fines.
“We are aware of the incident and we are deeply disappointed that a member of our organization has put himself in that situation,” Browns said in a statement on Wednesday. “We take this issue very seriously and will take appropriate disciplinary action.”
Coach Kevin Stefanski Browns also corrected Brownson’s conviction at the Zoome press conference after the team’s OTA and did not attend. He said he is “disappointed” but will not lose his job. He was waiting for more NFL penalties.
“He’s very sorry,” Stefanski said. “I’ve talked to him many times and he’ll learn from this. … I’m disappointed, he’s disappointed.”
Brownson, who is assisting Browns coach Stump Mitchell for the second year in a row, has made history by becoming the first woman to coach in the 2020 NFL game. The tight end replaced coach Drew Petzing, who was not at the Jacksonville game in November in Cleveland due to the birth of his first son.