Players Suspended To Begin the 2018 NFL Season

As we punctuate every week, the NFL is full of great men giving back to their communities and engaging in philanthropic efforts. Then there are the misguided, some otherwise good seeds who went down the path seeking  a competitive advantage or the not so good seeds who find it acceptable to grope Uber drivers. The NFL league office was extra busy this offseason doling out suspensions left and right. When listed together, the number of players about to serve their time away from a football field is rather starling.

4 Games

Cayleb Jones (WR, Vikings): Performance-enhancing substances
Corey Liuget (DT, Chargers): Performance-enhancing substances
Daryl Worley (CB, Raiders): Personal conduct
David Irving (DT, Cowboys): Substance abuse
Mark Ingram (RB, Saints): Performance-enhancing substances
Jimmy Smith (CB, Ravens): Personal conduct
Josh Mauro (DE, Giants): Performance-enhancing substances
Julian Edelman (WR, Patriots): Performance-enhancing substances
Kentrell Brothers (LB, Vikings): Performance-enhancing substances
Rashard Robinson (CB, Jets): Substance abuse
Robert Turbin (RB, Colts): Performance-enhancing substances
Thomas Davis (LB, Panthers): Performance-enhancing substances
Victor Bolden (WR, 49ers): Performance-enhancing substances
Vontaze Burfict (LB, Bengals): Performance-enhancing substances

3 Games

Jameis Winston (QB, Bucs): Personal conduct

2 Games

Aaron Jones (RB, Packers): Substance abuse
ArDarius Stewart (WR, Jets): Performance enhancing substances
Jamon Brown (G, Rams): Substance abuse
Josh Huff (WR, Saints): Substance abuse
Reuben Foster (LB, 49ers): Personal conduct and substance abuse

1 Game

Carlos Henderson (WR, Broncos): Substance abuse
Dante Fowler (DE, Jaguars): Personal conduct
Deiondre’ Hall (CB, Eagles): Substance abuse
Demetrius Harris (TE, Chiefs): Substance abuse
Eli Rogers (WR, Steelers): Substance abuse
Kevin Pierre-Louis (LB, Jets): Substance abuse
Nigel Bradham (LB, Eagles): Personal conduct