Browns NT Shaun Rogers was formally charged Friday with allegedly trying to carry a concealed handgun onto an airplane at Hopkins International Airport in Cleveland on Thursday, The Associated Press reported.
The charge is a fourth-degree felony, according to the AP. If found guilty, Rogers could face up to 18 months in prison.
Rogers, who's entering his 10th NFL season, had 36 tackles and two sacks in an injury-shortened 2009 season. He played the first seven seasons of his career in Detroit before moving to Cleveland in '08.
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