Browns Player No Longer In Legal Trouble

CLEVELAND - A warrant for the arrest of Cleveland Browns tight end O.J. Santiago was issued over the weekend, but at some point since then, the Pittsburgh Police Department withdrew the warrant, 19/43 Sports' Brian Duffy reported.

The team announced on Monday that Santiago (pictured, right) would be available to play on Sunday against Jacksonville.

Santiago was with Browns defensive tackle Gerard Warren when he was arrested in Pittsburgh on Nov. 20 on a weapons charge. This followed a party that they attended which was thrown by Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Plaxico Burress.

The original warrant issued for Santiago's arrest was for marijuana possession, a misdemeanor in Pennsylvania.

Santiago was not in the Browns locker room Monday afternoon, choosing not to discuss the situation. The team said that they are moving forward, and have put the issue behind them.