Browns' Alvin Bailey looking at possible 2-game suspension for drunk driving

BEREA, Ohio -- Cleveland Browns guard Alvin Bailey could be suspended for two games by the NFL after pleading no contest to a drunk driving charge in suburban Cleveland.

Court documents online stated that the finding for Bailey with the no contest plea is guilty.

The NFL's policy on drunk driving calls for a two-game suspension for convictions or for admissions of violating the law.

Bailey, the team's starting left guard, entered the plea Thursday in Mayor's Court in North Royalton, Ohio, after an arrest Sept. 26, according to court documents online.

Bailey's driver's license was suspended for six months, though he can apply to drive to work. He will either spend three days in jail or take a three-day driver intervention course.

Bailey's blood-alcohol level was tested at .145, well above the legal limit of .08 in Ohio, according to court documents.

Other charges related to possessions of drugs and drug paraphernalia were dropped.