Both the Browns and Indians won on a huge Sunday for Cleveland sports, but one city star did not have such a great time. Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar was arrested on DUI charges early Sunday morning, according to USA TODAY Sports.
Kosar was reportedly pulled over for speeding at roughly 2:45 in the morning. Approaching officers smelled a strong odor of alcohol and had the former Browns QB perform sobriety tests. He failed and was taken to jail. Kosar was the only person in his car when he was pulled over.
At 49 years of age, Kosar has spent recent years dealing with a divorce, as well as an addiction to pain medications.
Kosar played for the Browns from 1985-1993 and also spent time on the tail end of his career with Miami and Dallas, winning a Super Bowl as a backup with the Cowboys.
In 1990 and 1991, he set a then-league record, completing 308 consecutive passes without an interception. It was eventually broken by Tom Brady. Kosar finished his 12-season career with 1,994 completions on 3,365 attempts for 23,301 yards, 124 touchdowns and 87 interceptions.
Prior to landing in the NFL, Kosar led the Miami Hurricanes to their first national championship in 1983.