Miami police said that Browns WR Stallworth was driving under the influence alcohol on March 14th and caused a fatal car crash, which killed a pedestrian.
During a brief court hearing on Thursday, Stallworth did not appear, but his defense attorney Christopher Lyons entered a plea of not-guilty. The trial date has not been set.
The 28-year-old WR has begun his professional career since 7 years ago. He used play for the Saints, the Eagles and the Patriots before he came to the Browns. He is now free on $200,000 bail and is required to abstain from alcohol and observe a curfew. He also isn't allowed to drive. If he will be concited, he will have to face up to 15 years of imprisonment.