Apologetic Rogers faces felony charge
CLEVELAND -- Cleveland Browns nose tackle Shaun Rogers apologized to his fans and his team on Friday, saying he didn't intend to carry a loaded gun in his luggage as he tried to pass through airport security.
Rogers, arguably the Browns' best player, plans to plead not guilty to a concealed weapons charge, his lawyer said.
A prosecutor filed the fourth-degree felony charge alleging Rogers carried a .45-caliber Kimber semiautomatic with eight rounds in his carry-on luggage at Cleveland ...
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