LaVon Brazill's Suspension Reduced to 10 Games

LaVon Brazill
LaVon Brazill eludes tackler. However, he wasn’t quick enough to sidestep around the NFL’s tough substance abuse policy.

Wide receiver LaVon Brazill's year-long suspension has been reduced to 10 games, thanks to recent changes to the NFL's Substances of Abuse Policy.

Brazill has been suspended for the entire 2014 NFL season. The Indianapolis Colts' back-up wide failed drug tests for marijuana and other drugs four times. After being suspended, the Colts cut Brazill, who has since signed with th Canadian Football League.

Last season, Brazill sat out the first four games after failing his second drug test.

Brazill was drafted by the Colts in 2012 out of Ohio University and played sparingly in his first two seasons, collecting 25 passes and scoring three touchdowns.

Steve Bloom

Steve Bloom

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