Rams OL Aaron Neary suspended four games

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Friday brought an announcement of bad news for Rams offensive lineman Aaron Neary.

The NFL announced that Neary has been suspended for the first four games of the 2019 season for a violation of the league’s substance abuse policy. Neary can practice with the team at training camp and play in preseason games before the suspension takes effect.

Neary is in his second stint with the Rams after signing to their practice squad last September. He’d been with the team in 2017 as well and started at center in the final regular season game when the Rams rested many starters ahead of the playoffs.

Neary was waived at final cuts last year and had a brief stay with the Browns after being claimed off of waivers.

5 responses to “Rams OL Aaron Neary suspended four games

  1. Oh no, we’re gonna hear about little else except this for the next 5 years! – oh wait, he didn’t play for Patriots? Phew, that means no one will remember this by tomorrow, despite the fact it’s at least the 7th or 8th Ram PED since 2010 – almost yearly – we’re gonna forget this too.

  2. We hear more about Tom Brady must be doing PED’s even though he never tested positive or had them sent to his home via his wife, than we do about other teams actual PED abusers. Then, when a Patriot actually uses PED’s to recover from an injury, we never hear the end of it. Every other tam has multiple PED infractions that go unnoticed, but God forbid it happens to a Patriot. We are held yo a different and much higher standard.

  3. “we’re gonna forget this too.”

    People don’t remember fringe roster types who never step on the field. Julian Edelman is just more of a name.

  4. Patriots have long history of cheating. That is why people remember. Snap Quiz name all quarterbacks in NFL history who have been suspended for cheating? Not a very long list

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