Indianapolis Colts runs back Robert Turbin is going over due to a violation of the NFL rule performance-enhancing substances get a four-game suspension.  Turbin posted a statement on Twitter on Friday saying he "made a mistake":
Turbin signed with the Colts as Free agent in March 2016 after previous stops at the Seattle Seahawks, Cleveland Browns and Dallas Cowboys. Seattle voted for him in the fourth round of the 2012 draft.
The 28-year-old California native of the 2017 campaign came to a premature end in October when he suffered a seasonal elbow injury. He only brought 23 trages for 53 yards and a touchdown in six appearances. He added nine catches for 56 yards.
His suspension comes after the new Colts head coach Frank Reich proposed that the journeyman 2018 might see a more involved role.
"I think he brings an element of magnitude and power and strength to the mix," Reich told reporters in mid-June. "… But what I like about him is not only that he has shown greatness, strength and strength, he is smart, he is good at protection and he is good enough for a runner to be a three-back can. " 19659004] Instead, he will be out of lineup for games against the Cincinnati Bengals, Washington Redskins, Philadelphia Eagles and Houston Texans. This will give rookies Nyheim Hines and Jordan Wilkins more chances to act directly behind anticipated starter Marlon Mack.
Turbin will be able to return for a week 5 match with the New England Patriots.