Weslye Saunders came out of South Carolina last year with the reputation for off-field concerns to go along with his considerable talent.
That’s a large reason why he went undrafted, but his talent was great enough to make the Steelers. He played in 16 games as a rookie, but he won’t play in that many next year.
Aaron Wilson of Scout.com reports the NFL suspended Saunders four games for an undisclosed violation.
Saunders only caught four passes last year, mostly helping on special teams.