BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) -- A judge has dropped a marijuana possession charge against Buffalo Bills linebacker Nigel Bradham provided he stays out of trouble for six months.
Bradham was given an appearance ticket for unlawful possession last month in the Buffalo suburb of Tonawanda after he was stopped early on a Saturday morning and an officer smelled marijuana.
Police say Bradham turned over a baggy containing a small amount of the drug. There was no indication he had been using it while driving.
A town judge adjourned the charges Wednesday night during a brief hearing in traffic court. Bradham did not speak to reporters on his way out.
Bradham also was cited for having the windows of his 2008 Range Rover tinted too dark. That charge was thrown out.
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