The 2013 season is already off to a rough start for the Cleveland Browns.
Armonty Bryant, the team's seventh's round pick in last month's NFL draft, was arrested Friday in Ada, Oklahoma after police pulled him over for failure to use a turn signal.
According to the official report, the former East Central University standout said he had a "few drinks" earlier in the evening and needed 10 tries to successfully complete a breathalyzer.
He was taken into custody and released later that night on $500 bail.
Bryant was suspended three games last year by ECU after selling marijuana to an undercover officer in a campus parking lot.
He referred to the incident as a "stupid move" during a conference call after the draft, adding: "Now that I've gotten that second chance, I feel like I won't let anyone down."
Following Bryant's DUI, the Browns said in a statement they are aware of what happened and are "collecting more information."