Maybe in East Rutherford, N.J., they call it secondary smoke, and not second-hand.
The Giants announced that cornerback Jayron Hosley has been suspended the first four games of the coming season for violating the league’s substance abuse policy.
The substance in question was not specified (we were just making a topical substance abuse joke up there at the top).
He’s the second Giants defensive back in a week to be banned, following safety Will Hill’s six-game suspension.
Hosley, a former third-round pick, will be eligible to return on Sept. 26. He can still work out in the offseason and play in the preseason, but will miss the first four regular season games.