Bobby Massie Suspended 3 Games for Substance Abuse: Latest Details, Reaction

August 11, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The NFL has suspended Arizona Cardinals offensive lineman Bobby Massie for three games for violating the substance abuse policy, per Adam Schefter of ESPN. Massie is set to appeal.  
Ian Rapoport of NFL.com offered further details Tuesday:
The right tackle was getting reps with the first team throughout camp and was atop the depth chart Monday heading into the team's first preseason game against the Kansas City Chiefs, per ABC15 Sports on Twitter:
With Massie out to start the regular season, rookie D.J. Humphries will be competing with Earl Watford and Bradley Sowell for the starting gig, per Kent Somers of AZCentral.com. 
Massie's suspension could ultimately cost him the starting gig, especially if his replacement—likely to be Humphries—plays well in his absence. With Massie hitting free agency after this season, he could also find himself losing a lot of money on the market if he isn't able to regain his spot at right tackle.
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