Ravens tight end Darren Waller suspended four games

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The NFL had shifted the Friday-afternoon-before-three-day-July-4th-weekend bad news dump to Thursday. But apparently there was more bad news than one afternoon could hold.

The league has announced that Ravens tight end/receiver Darren Waller has been suspended the first four games of the season for violating the substance-abuse policy.

Waller had two catches for 18 yards last season, in six games.

The bigger question is whether Waller is the first suspension to be announced on Friday afternoon, or the last.

10 responses to “Ravens tight end Darren Waller suspended four games

  1. Considering Waller is 5th on our depth chart, I would suspect Waller will be missing a lot more than 4 games this year.

  2. That could actually work out well for Waller and the Ravens. If they are keeping Pitta on the roster and something happens like last time, they only need to wait until after game 4 to have another tight end rather than hunt for one.

  3. Eugene Monroe is proud of Waller. I’m so glad my Steelers don’t have these drug issues.

  4. seahawkboymike says:
    Jul 1, 2016 4:51 PM

    Yet another suspended player who’s not a Seahawk. #141


    As opposed to 2013.

  5. I’m so glad my Steelers don’t have these drug issues. Really crownofthehelmet?

    Bryant is suspected for the entire season.

  6. First offense substance abuse policy violation: 4 games

    Reckless endangerment and resisting arrest while already on suspension but your team owns Park Ave: 1 game

  7. I know this is harsh to say, but wake me up when someone who will actually make the team gets into trouble.

    He is considered a bubble player who might have a slim chance of making the team as a STer.

  8. He was probably headed to the practice squad. Richardson of the Jets only got one game for fleeing the police very fast with a child in the car. Really?

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