Indianapolis Colts’ Al-Quadin Muhammad Suspended for Violating NFL’s Anti-Doping Policy

INDIANAPOLIS – The NFL has suspended Indianapolis Colts defensive end Al-Quadin Muhammad for six games for violating the league’s anti-doping policy.

This means that Muhammad will not be available for his team’s final five games of the season. He will also miss this year’s first playoff game or next season’s opening game. If the suspension continues next season, he will however be able to participate in preparatory meetings and training camp.

The Colts currently occupy the seventh and last place giving access to the playoffs in the American Association.

The Bears released Muhammad in February. The athlete then returned to the Colts, with whom he had already played earlier in his career.

Muhammad’s suspension comes as Colts defensive tackle Grover Stewart finishes his own, following a six-game suspension for the same reason.

2023-12-06 21:37:00
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