Browns receivers Josh Gordon, Greg Little have multiple speeding infractions on their record

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Josh Gordon and Greg Little both have poor speeding records and the Cleveland Browns were essentially forced to provide a statement.

Cleveland Browns wide receivers Greg Little and Josh Gordon have both been exposed for some pretty terrible driving records, according to NFL.com. Little was pulled over on Monday night and ticketed for going 81 mph in a 60 mph zone, and he was apparently in an accident in April in which he had admitted to going 127 mph.

Little hit a guardrail, took down a light pole and left behind 40 yards of brake tracks in the accident, according to the report. Gordon also was also stopped recently for going 98 mph in a 60 mph zone some time last week. There was another incident in which Gordon was involved in May, as well.

The Browns were eventually forced to make a statement on the matter, and said that the team is "aware of the situation involving the players and their unacceptable driving records." The Browns went on to say that they take matters such as this "very seriously," and that the organization will "address the issue with the entire team."

Neither Little nor Gordon have proven to be superstars just yet, but both seem on the verge of breaking out, provided the Browns figure out their quarterback situation. Gordon had 805 yards and five touchdowns last year as a rookie, while Little put up 647 yards and four touchdowns.

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