Judge Grants Shaun Rogers Permission to Enter Diversion Program after Gun Snafu at Hopkins

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UPDATE: CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Browns player Shaun Rogers was in Thursday morning so a judge could formally sign off on him entering a diversion program instead of jail.

This, after the NFL'er was arrested in April for bringing a gun to Hopkins Airport.

The Browns Nose Tackle has been ordered to go through a 10 hour weapons training class and log 40 hours of community service.

When he completes that, the charges will be dropped.

Training camp starts for the Browns on July 31st.

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