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Washington now one more “mistake” away from a one-year suspension


Cardinals linebacker Daryl Washington has characterized his four-game suspension under the substance-abuse policy as a mistake.  Actually, it’s likely at least three mistakes, given the precise structure of the policy and the substance-abuse program.

And it means that he’s likely one mistake away from a one-year suspension.

Unless Washington committed all substance-abuse policy violations since September, it also means that the Cardinals knew about the issue when he was signed to a long-term extension last September.  Which means that the Cardinals may have included language in the contract protecting them against an eventual suspension.

Moreover, the fact that the suspension has been announced means that all appeals have been exhausted, and that the suspension will be served.

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4 Responses to “Washington now one more “mistake” away from a one-year suspension”
  1. drummer2177 says: Apr 3, 2013 5:50 PM

    Thumbs up if you thought the Redskins had done something stupid!

  2. rajbais says: Apr 3, 2013 6:44 PM

    No one knows the drug rules even after Ricky Williams was suspended???

    Regardless, this is a shame because when he came out of college he looked like an acrobatic specimen.

    I hope he plays good football after this.

  3. j98me2 says: Apr 3, 2013 7:11 PM

    Thumbs up

  4. djjackson81 says: Apr 3, 2013 9:26 PM

    Makes me sick loosing our defensive heart evin if only 4 games. Changes AZ draft I’m guessing.

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