Former St. Louis Ram (and Detroit Lion/Cleveland Brown) Greg Robinson is facing drug charges after border agents in Texas found 157 pounds of marijuana stuffed in duffel bags inside their rental car.
Robinson offered to pay the Uber driver (who he has known since 2018) to claim the marijuana as his but he refused and told investigators that he wouldn’t have driven them had he known there were drugs in the vehicle.
Robinson and former Indianapolis Colt WR JaQuan Bray have each been charged with conspiring to possess with intent to distribute marijuana. If convicted, they face a maximum of 20 years in prison.
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