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article imageNFL: Jason Ferguson suspended for 8 games over drug policy

By Andrew Moran     Mar 8, 2010 in Sports
Miami - Free agent Jason Ferguson has been suspended by the National Football League because he violated the NFL policy on performance-enhancing substances.
For the first eight games of the 2010 NFL season, Defensive Tackle Jason Ferguson, if he decides to return to the NFL, will not be playing due to his violation of the league’s drug policy, according to the Miami Herald. Ferguson also violated the NFL’s drug policy in 1999 when he was suspended for four games.
Currently, Ferguson is a free agent, reports the Associated Press, and Miami Dolphins spokesperson, Harvey Greene, said he still is a free agent and has not signed with the Dolphins, “We won't comment because he's not officially on our roster.”
Ferguson’s agent, Jimmy Sexton, did not provide any comment to the media.
All Headline News notes that Ferguson has yet to decide if he will play in 2010 or retire, however, Ferguson is quite popular in the Dolphins’ locker room and helped lead the Dolphins to its first AFC East Championship in eight years with a 11-5 record.
Since 1997, Ferguson has played with the New York Jets, the Dallas Cowboys and the Miami Dolphins. In 159 career games, he has 498 tackles with 21.5 sacks 151 in yards lost.
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