CLEVELAND (AP) — Cleveland Browns wide receivers Greg Little and Josh Gordon have been convicted of traffic offenses after pleading no contest in separate cases.
An attorney for Little entered the plea Tuesday on two charges related to license plate and parking violations. Cleveland Municipal Court records show the 24-year-old athlete was fined $472. It's the latest traffic trouble for Little, who previously admitted driving 127 mph in a 55 mph zone and promised to abide by the law.
The 22-year-old Gordon had been ticketed twice for speeding, once for driving 98 mph. He pleaded no contest Tuesday to a speeding charge and paid $296 in fines and court costs.
Browns coach Rob Chudzinski has said the players' driving behavior was unacceptable and that he spoke to Little and Gordon about their actions.
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