Browns assistant Callie Brownson arrested on drunk driving charge

Cleveland Browns chief of personnel Callie Brownson pleaded no contest on Tuesday to an intoxicated driving charge last month, .

Brownson, per the report, had a blood alcohol material of 0.2150 — more than two times the legal limitation — when she was stopped early on May 27 beyond Cleveland. Brownson, cops stated, was driving 55 miles per hour in a 35 miles per hour zone.

She was likewise at first charged with speeding and for having her BAC above 0.17, however those charges were dropped. She will deal with “disciplinary actions” from the group, and might deal with penalty from the league under the individual conduct policy.

“We aware of the incident and are extremely disappointed that a member of our organization put themselves in this situation,” the Browns stated in a declaration, . “We take this matter very seriously and will take the appropriate disciplinary actions.”

Brownson is among numerous female coaches in the NFL, and throughout a video game when she substituted Browns tight ends coach Drew Petzing last season. She had formerly coach at Dartmouth — that job made her the very first full-time lady coach in Department I — and as an intern with the Buffalo Expenses.

Brownson remains in her 2nd year as the Browns’ chief of personnel, where she works as the intermediary in between head coach Kevin Stefanski and the rest of his personnel.

Cleveland Browns assistant coach Callie Brownson

Cleveland Browns assistant coach Callie Brownson pled no contest to an intoxicated driving charge on Tuesday. (Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)

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