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NFL Suspends Randy Gregory 10 More Games For Violating Substance Abuse Policy

Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory has been serving a four-game suspension for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy, and was appealing another 10-game suspension for an additional violation of the policy. Today, Gregory dropped his appeal and will now remain suspended through Week 14. Read more...
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