It looks like the Dallas Cowboys aren’t the only team that having issues with their players receiving game suspensions due to NFL substance violations.
The Buffalo Bills are going to lose another player, but this one is due to his failed or missed drug tests regarding his usage of marijuana.
Because their nose tackle Marcell Dareus violated the the NFL substance violation he is now facing a 4-game suspension.
Dareus is a repeat offender regarding the NFL substance abuse too.
In 2015, Dareus received a 1 game suspense for the substance abuse after he signed a six-year contract extension.
The other players that the Bills are missing are:
- Rookie defensive end Shaq Lawson who is expected to miss the first month of the regular season while he recovers from shoulder surgery
- Rookie inside linebacker Reggie Ragland will miss the entire season due to a knee injury
The Bills also lost their outside linebacker I.K. Enemkpali to a season ending ACL tear in the pre-season opener against the Colts. On Monday, Enemkpali was put on their waived/injured list and soon after they signed Kroy Biermann.
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