Download: Chaperone for athletes with a history of problems?

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(Courtesy: MGN Online)

CLEVELAND – Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon was already facing a possible suspension, and now another arrest complicates the situation.

Gordon, 23, was charged Saturday with driving while impaired in Raleigh, North Carolina.

According to Gordon’s citation, when a breathalyzer test was administered, his blood alcohol content level registered at .09, which is .01 over the legal driving limit.

He was pulled over for allegedly driving 50 miles per hour in a 35 mile per hour zone.

In May, Gordon was pulled over for speeding in Strongsville.

Gordon also faces being suspended for the entire 2014 season after failing another drug test for marijuana. He was suspended from the first two regular-season games of the 2013 season for violating the NFL Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse.

In response to the most recent incident, the Browns said, “We are aware of the matter and are disappointed to learn of this situation. We will comment further at the appropriate time.”

While they have not indicated any possible action, we want to know if athletes with a history of problems be given a chaperone?

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