NFL offensive lineman Greg Robinson and free agent wide receiver Quan Bray were arrested this week for allegedly possessing 157 pounds of marijuana, according to a statement released from the Department of Justice in the Western District of Texas.

According to the news from the Department of Justice, Robinson and Bray were arrested at the Sierra Blanca border checkpoint, near the border of the United State and Mexico. They are facing drug charges after a U.S. Border Patrol canine unit alerted on the vehicle. Under further inspection, authorities allegedly found 157 pounds of marijuana in the rear cargo area of the vehicle.

Robinson and Bray were charged with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute marijuana and possession with intent to distribute marijuana.

Robinson, 27, was the No. 2 overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. He was selected by the St. Louis Rams, where he played his first three years in the league. He was then a member of the Detroit Lions in 2017 and was with the Cleveland Browns the last two seasons.

This offseason, Robinson was set to be a free agent. Robinson was a former All-SEC offensive lineman at Auburn and has played in 73 career games in the NFL, making 61 starts.

Bray also played at Auburn, but was not selected in the 2015 NFL Draft. He has bounced around the league, spending time with the Indianapolis Colts, Buffalo Bills and Houston Texans, before trying his hand at the AAF and eventually playing for the Montreal Alouettes in 2019.

According to the release from the Department of Justice, both Robinson and Bray could face up to 20 years in prison upon conviction. TMZ was the first to report the story.