The fourth-round draft pick and wide receiver from Florida, who arrived in Cleveland with a history of issues while in college, was cited early Sunday morning for marijuana possession and driving with a suspended license.
Callaway was pulled over in his car by Strongsville, Ohio, police at 2:59 a.m. Sunday. According to a police report, Callaway failed to yield to oncoming traffic and a "small amount" of marijuana was found under his seat.
He also was driving with a suspended license.
Browns general manager John Dorsey felt confident the team had done its homework before taking Callaway in the draft.
"I feel very comfortable with where we are as an organization," Dorsey said. "We have done extensive -- I mean extensive -- background work here. We actually have had people go down to Gainesville. We have actually had people go down to certain areas just to find out all about the specifics of the situation.
Doesn't look like it. The last thing the Browns need to deal with is more off the field issues. I mean, isn't Hard Knocks enough.