Docked for four games, it's Bailey's second suspension. Last year he was benched by the league, also for four games, but for PED. The third-year speedster out of West Virginia had 12 catches for 182 years and one touchdown in the first eight games of the season. A second-year rusher out of Tulsa, Watts started the season with a four-game suspension. After failing another drug test, the league placed him on indefinite suspension.
The 2015-2016 season began with 26 players suspended for violating either the league's substance abuse policy or the performance-enhancing drugs policy.