Browns safety De’Ante Saunders pleads not guilty to drunken driving

Monday December 28th, 2015

Cleveland Browns safety De’Ante Saunders pleaded not guilty to drunken driving after being arrested on Christmas Day, reports Evan MacDonald of

Saunders was pulled over for speeding and officers found him to be in possession of a handgun. He was traveling 75 MPH in a 60 MPH zone.

Teammate Armonty Bryant, who was in the car with Saunders, was also arrested. Bryant had Adderall on him at the time and could not produce a prescription for the drug. No charges have been pressed against Bryant.

Saunders is an undrafted rookie out of Tennessee State and is currently on the Browns’ practice squad.

Prosecutors have yet to determine if they will charge Saunders for possession of the gun.

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His next court date in the Berea Municipal Court has not been scheduled.

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