By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Joseph Randle may not be in the NFL right now. However, he has been suspended four games by the league on Tuesday.
He violated the league’s personal conduct policy. This comes a short time after the Dallas Cowboys decided to release him last week. Randle was released by the team after he decided to leave the team for what was described to be a “personal issue.”
At this time, we do not know what that personal issue is. If he signs with a team, then the suspension will begin immediately.
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If he signs, then he will be eligible to play once the suspension ends in Week 14.
This is the latest hit against Randle. Since being in the league, he has had several run-ins with the law.
The NFL investigated him in February after an alleged domestic disturbance complaint was filed against him. However, the Wichita, Kansas police department failed to pursue charges against him.
The league will look into the matter. Despite not being charged, if the league finds something wrong in their investigation, then they will pursue a suspension or fine against him.
He played in six games with the Cowboys this season. He may not play for another team the rest of this season.
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When he suited up for the Cowboys, he had 313 yards and four touchdowns. He also had 10 receptions for 87 yards.
He had been with the Cowboys since the 2013 season. He had 820 yards and nine touchdowns in 34 games.
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