Washington outside linebacker Junior Galette’s already not playing, but he’s about to not play for free for a few weeks.
According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Galette will be suspended for two weeks for violating the league’s personal conduct policy, stemming from a domestic violence incident when he was with the Saints.
The Saints released him in July, but he joined Washington, before suffering a torn Achilles in camp.
Charges against Galette for the January incident at his Louisiana home were later dismissed, along with a civil suit.
He already lost $332,000 because of the split contract he signed with Washington, and with his annual salary down to $413,000, he’s now out another $48,588.
Granted, the Saints paid him $17 million for a year’s work before sending him away, so he should be able to manage.