Callaway was stopped at 2:59 a.m. on Aug. 5 in suburban Cleveland. Police found a small amount of marijuana in the car and learned that Callaway was driving with a suspended license.
Spellacy said the marijuana was not Callaway’s.
Browns receiver Antonio Callaway is “emphatic that he did not possess marijuana,” his lawyer told Ohio.com.
Callaway told police that his car had been shipped to him in Cleveland a few days before he was pulled over and that he was not aware that there was marijuana in the car.
Spellacy attributed the suspended license to a paperwork issue caused by Callaway’s move from Florida to Ohio.
The Browns stood behind Callaway after the incident. His next court appearance is not yet set.