The Browns are looking into another photo posted by receiver Davone Bess on Twitter depicting a possible banned substance.

"The team is aware of the photos and looking further into the situation and will deal with the matter internally,'' a team spokesman said in a statement.

NFL spokesman Greg Aiello declined to say what the league may or may not do about the photo.

The photo, posted on Bess' official twitter account, @davonebess, shows a small bag of a greenish-brown substance that looks like marijuana, and more of the substance spread on the table. The photo also contains what looks like a cigar, similar to the one in the photo posted by Bess in December on his since-closed Instagram account, a beverage of some kind and a 5-hour Energy drink.

The Twitter photo also captures the screensaver on Bess' phone, which says "Jah'' in large orange letters. Bess is a Rastafarian and Jah is a common term in the Rasta way of life, which also encompasses the spiritual use of marijuana.

Bess, who was acquired in a draft-day trade with the Miami Dolphins involving mid-round draft picks, missed the final two games of the season after he left the team for personal reasons and was placed on the non-football/reserve list.

A source told cleveland.com that Bess was dealing with a serious family issue back home in Oakland, Calif. Bess grew up in a rough section of Oakland and often worries about family members still living there, the source said.