Photo Surfaces of The Huge Duffel Bags Full of Weed Browns’ Greg Robinson Tried To Sneak Across The Border (PIC)

Late last week, Cleveland Browns offensive lineman Greg Robinson found himself arrested at a checkpoint trying to transport 157 pounds of weed.

The 27-year-old was driving from Los Angeles to Louisiana in a rental car with his former Auburn University football teammate, Quan Bray, while having a third man that was an Uber driver he met in 2018 drive the vehicle to Louisiana.

On Friday, photos surfaced showing not only the vehicle but the humongous duffel bags that were stored inside.

Once the dog smelled marijuana, a border patrol agent radioed ahead and agents found 157 pounds of marijuana in black, vacuum-sealed bags in the back of the rental car. Robinson and Bray were arrested and booked into the El Paso County Jail.

The Uber driver showed officers text messages from Robinson offering to pay them to claim the marijuana was theirs. The text proved that the Uber driver refused to take any responsibility for the drugs.

Robinson has made $29.1 million in salary over his five-year NFL career, including $6.4 million in 2019 with the Cleveland Browns.