Antonio Callaway's time with the Cleveland Browns has come to an end, and it might be some time before the wide receiver finds his way back to action in an NFL game.
The Browns waived Callaway on Thursday, and multiple reports followed shortly after indicating that the receiver is facing a 10-game suspension from the league for violating the substance-abuse policy.
Callaway, 22, served a four-game ban for violating the substance-abuse policy to start this season. He was a healthy scratch in the Browns' win over the Buffalo Bills last Sunday, and ESPN reported the receiver was late to a team meeting that week.
A fourth-round draft pick in 2018, Callaway was suspended for the entire 2017 season after he faced third-degree felony charges of credit card fraud. He eventually agreed to a pre-trial intervention program.
Callaway had 51 catches for 675 yards and five touchdowns in 20 games for the Browns.
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