By Chris Mascaro
April 25, 2014

Bradley Roby (Joe Robbins/Getty Images) Bradley Roby had three interceptions last season, including one returned for a touchdown. (Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

Reports of first-round NFL draft prospect Bradley Roby being cited on suspicion of operating a vehicle while impaired last weekend surfaced on Thursday, but the former Ohio State cornerback denied the reports in a series of tweets Friday morning.

Roby posted a picture of the police report, which showed his blood alcohol level to be .008, which is well below the state limit of .08.

Roby also said he was not driving the car, despite reports that he was passed out behind the wheel and that he failed a sobriety test.

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The 5-foot-11, 194-pound Roby left Ohio State after his junior season. He was suspended at the beginning of his junior year after being involved in a bar fight, but the charges were dismissed.

He had three interceptions last season for the Buckeyes (12-2) and was third on the team with 69 tackles. He also returned a punt for a touchdown, had two blocked kicks and 16 pass deflections.

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