By Jeremy Bergman
Around The NFL Author
March 1, 2019 at 04:19 p.m.
One other day, one other indefinite suspension for a Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman.
Cowboys defensive lineman David Irving changed into suspended indefinitely for violating the league’s Protection and Program for Substances of Abuse, the NFL announced Friday.
The indefinite ban comes correct two days after the league suspended Irving’s Cowboys linemate, Randy Gregory, indefinitely for violating the league’s substance abuse coverage.
Now not like Gregory, who had a 300 and sixty five days left on his take care of the Cowboys, Irving changed into an impending free agent. The Cowboys did now not intend to re-signal him.
Here is Irving’s third suspension of his immediate occupation. The 25-300 and sixty five days-worn changed into banned for the first four video games of the each and each the 2017 and 2018 seasons.
Irving joined the Cowboys in 2015. Over his four seasons in Dallas, Irving performed in 37 video games, starting 10, and recorded 12.5 sacks. The defensive form out earned a $2.9 million contract closing offseason after racking up seven sacks in 2017. Irving performed correct two video games in 2018 after sitting out alongside with his 2d suspension and ankle components.
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