2 NFL Players Reportedly Robbed in Cleveland

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(ConservativeHub.com) – According to a report from ESPN, two unidentified Cleveland Browns players were victims of an armed robbery carried out by six masked individuals. The Cleveland Browns organization confirmed that two players were involved in the incident, but fortunately, no injuries were reported. The robbery took place in the early morning hours of Monday, June 5, after the players, later identified as Greg Newsome II and Perrion Winfrey, left a Cleveland nightclub. As they were heading towards Newsome’s parked vehicle in a nearby parking lot, the six masked men suddenly emerged from their own car and proceeded to rob the players at gunpoint. The assailants not only stole any jewelry the players had on them, but also made off with Newsome’s truck. The robbery occurred at approximately 3:30 a.m.

After the incident, Newsome took to Twitter at 11:05 p.m., stating, “It’s a cruel world we live in.” The police are currently conducting an investigation into the robbery, as well as another incident involving Browns running back Demetric Felton, whose vehicle was stolen from his apartment garage last weekend. These incidents have raised concerns, especially as the Browns are preparing to host their mandatory minicamp at their facility in Berea, Ohio, this week.

In response to the incidents, Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski issued a statement emphasizing the importance of safety and calling for the removal of violent individuals from the streets. Stefanski also disclosed that he had been in contact with Wayne Drummond, the chief of the Cleveland Police Department, regarding the ongoing investigation. However, he was unable to share any specific details due to the nature of the investigation.

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