The former Gator wide receiver was stopped by police in Strongsville, Ohio early Sunday morning for failing to yield to traffic. Police say that's when they found a small amount of marijuana in his car. Callaway says he just had the car transported from Florida recently and did not know the marijuana was in the car. He was recently named a started by the Cleveland Browns. The Miami native was cited for marijuana possession as a passenger in a car last year. He plead no contest to possession of drug paraphernalia and was fined. Callaway also sat out all of last season at UF for his involvement in a credit card scandal. In 2016 Callaway was accused of sexual assault but was found not responsible during a student code of conduct hearing. He did acknowledged under oath he was high on marijuana at the time of the alleged assault. Callaway's hearing is Thursday at 9:30 a.m. in Strongsville.