Another Buffalo Bills player has been suspended for violation of the NFL’s substance abuse policy.
Bills offensive lineman Seantrel Henderson was officially suspended for the first four games of the season for violation of the substance abuse policy, according to ESPN’s Mike Rodak.
Henderson tested positive for marijuana, which he uses to help cope with Chron’s Disease. He is listed as the team’s backup right tackle behind Jordan Mills.
Henderson joins defensive tackle Marcell Dareus and former running back Karlos Williams in the group of Bills suspended for violation of the substance abuse policy. Dareus was suspended in August and announced shortly after the discipline came down that he would enter a rehabilitation facility following his suspension. Williams was ultimately cut by the team last month and is still a free agent.
The only good news for the Bills is a disastrous offseason comes to a close this weekend when the Bills battle the Baltimore Ravens in their season opener.