NFL suspends Texans linebacker Max Bullough

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When the Texans start their 2017 season, they’ll be missing linebacker Max Bullough for 25 percent of it. He’s been suspended four games for violating the PED policy.

“Max Bullough of the Houston Texans has been suspended without pay for the first four games of the 2017 regular season for violating the NFL policy on performance enhancing substances,” the league said in a statement. “Bullough will be eligible to return to the Texans’ active roster on Monday, October 2 following the team’s October 1 game against the Tennessee Titans. Bullough is eligible to participate in all offseason and preseason practices and games.”

Undrafted in 2014, Bullough has spent three seasons in Houston. He appeared in all 16 regular-season games last year, starting three.

3 responses to “NFL suspends Texans linebacker Max Bullough

  1. I live in East Lansing. If you want to dig into a really interesting story then start poking around into why Bullough, the team captain for the Spartans, was “dismissed” from the team before their Rose Bowl game effectively ending his college career.

  2. I give up. These dopes never learn and further, don’t care.

    I feel the same way about all the players today — I dislike them all equally.

  3. Bullough has been a roider forever. Lansing reporters refused to publish the stories for fear of losing access to the team, but they get leaked as rumors. He’s a guy who probably wouldn’t even be in the NFL without them, son it’s not shocking he got caught.

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