Browns waive Antonio Callaway; WR reportedly appealing 10-game suspension

The Browns waived wide receiver Antonio Callaway on Thursday and it is unlikely anyone is going to be clamoring to claim him for their own roster.

Reasoning behind the move included Callaway being tardy for last week's game against the Buffalo Bills. His replacement, Rashard Higgins, caught the game-winning touchdown pass in the fourth quarter. Per a report from NFL.com's Ian Rapoport, which has since been confirmed by others, Callaway is facing a 10-game suspension for violating the NFL substance abuse policy.

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Rapoport adds that it was not the only reason the Browns chose to waive him, but that it factored into the decision.

In August of 2018, four months after he was drafted, Callaway was cited for marijuana possession and driving with a suspended license, charges that were dropped in February.

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Callaway previously served a four-game suspension at the start of his rookie year for a violation. Forbes suffered a knee injury in the team's preseason finale against the Detroit Lions and was placed on injured reserve on September 2.

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