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Daryl Washington suspended for 2014

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Per NFL network.....Cardinals taking a kick to the groin with this one....good player.Hope that this helps send a message that you can't F around with crap and get away with it. Didnt mention what he got nailed on ...if its a drug or a banned substance.Are you listening Frank.....better be smart if you want to stick anywhere...Kony may be breathing down your neck

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it has to be PEDs

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I think Frank just isn't athletic enough. He tried to do it the normal way and he just doesn't have that extra bit of quickness at his current weight. He will be one of our cuts in my opinion.

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Dude every time I play the cardinals on madden this dude is so fast and can't stay off my ass. Can't get around the corner on this guy.

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Nope, it's weed.  Here is his statement.

 

 

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To be suspended for a whole year means he's had multiple infractions.

 

 

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face it...there ain't no window to smoke weed in the NFL, even though he kept trying to open it.

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No its not Panther news....

No news is better then bad news...football related on a slow friday

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Damn the Cardinals are fugged. I think he was their 2nd best defensive player.

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