Linebacker Nigel Bradham was pulled over in Tonawanda, New York (10 miles north of Buffalo) and charged with marijuana possession. He wasn't arrested. (Possession of 25 grams or less is decriminalized in New York State.)
Police stopped the second-year Buffalo Bill defender at 2 am on Aug. 12 on Sheridan Dr. for having tinted windows. The smell of marijuana led to Bradham opening the glove compartment and handing over a Baggie containing cannabis. However, it wasn't enough to warrant being arrested. Bradham was issued tickets for the marijuana and windows.
Update: On Sept. 11, both charges were dismissed. Bradham will be on probation for six moths.
Drafted out of Florida State in 2012, Bradham worked his way into Buffalo's starting lineup in his rookie season. He's been fighting for a starting job in preseason.