What he needs is a bus pass.
According to WOIO 19 in Cleveland, Little was cited early this morning for a stop sign violation, change of course and driving under suspension. His car was then towed away by authorities, taking away his chance to do any more speeding.
Little paid $472 in fines and court costs last week after he was stopped with an expired license plate. That came after he was caught doing 81 mph in a 60 mph zone.
That one stood as progress, after Little was doing 127 mph and lost control of his car in April, crashing into a guardrail and a light pole.
Taken individually, it’s easy to dismiss Little’s lead foot. But there’s clearly a pattern of irresponsible behavior behind the wheel now, and the Browns might want to get the guy a driver.
Source: www.profootballtalk.com Traffic Violations Stack Up For Greg Little by Sports Talk Florida News Desk