He'd better be. Amid growing concern over the conduct of NFL players, commissioner Roger Goodell has told clubs they're now subject to sanction if they draft a problem player and he continues to have legal troubles as a pro. If Wright fails to live cleanly in Cleveland, he might not just be a waste of a second-round pick—he might cost the Browns a hefty fine or even a future draft choice.
"The Browns don't have to worry about me," Wright says. "The incident put a scar on my character, but hopefully after I play here 10 years, if I do, they'll think they made a good choice."
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