The NFL on Thursday suspended Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict four games for breaching league politics on performance-enhancing substances.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reported in March that Burfict had faced the suspension for a failed test on December 27 last year
Sources said Schefter that Burfict's appeal should be centered around the fact that he prescriptive medications for the concussion he suffered in a hit by Steelers wide receiver Ju-Ju Smith Schuster on December 4, and that he suffered a 3rd-degree sprain on December 24 during the Detroit Lions match and also prescribed medication for this injury.
Burfict has been suspended in the past, but for breaches on the field. He was suspended for the first three games of the 201
Burfict was also suspended during the first three games of the 2016 season for numerous violations of player security rules, including an illegal strike on Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown during
Separated from these suspensions, Burfict is $ 303,637 for 11 field incidents his NFL career, according to ESPN Stats & Information