Here’s a list of suspended NFL players

This is a list of suspended National Football League players sourced directly from (as of 9/6/14).

As CBS mentioned, it’s been tough to keep track of all the suspensions, obviously the high profile cases so far – Josh Gordon, Wes Welker and Ray Rice – have received intense coverage, but there are many others. So here’s a list to keep track of the other 36 suspensions, and note this list may change as “talks” regarding the NFL’s drug policy are underway between the NFL and NFLPA.

For now here’s the list:

One game (4)

WR Dwayne Bowe, Kansas City

LB Nigel Bradham, Buffalo

WR Marlon Moore, Cleveland

QB Dominique Davis, free agent

Two games (3)

DB Chris Lewis-Harris, Cincinnati

DB Brandon Meriweather, Washington

RB Ray Rice, Baltimore …. See “Indefinitely Suspended” below.

Three games (1)

WR Jerome Simpson, Minnesota

Four games (21)

WR Stedman Bailey, St. Louis

DE Frank Alexander, Carolina

DB Brandon Browner, New England

DB Jakar Hamilton, Dallas

OL Eric Herman, New York Giants

OL Lane Johnson, Philadelphia

DB Reshad Jones, Miami

DE Dion Jordan, Miami

LB Robert Mathis, Indianapolis

K Matt Prater, Denver

WR Ace Sanders, Jacksonville

DB Orlando Scandrick , Dallas

OL Donald Stephenson, Kansas City

WR Brian Tyms, New England

WR Wes Welker, Denver

DB Jayron Hosley, New York Giants

LB Erin Henderson, free agent

DL Spencer Nealy, free agent

OL Rokevious Watkins, free agent

DL Brandon Moore, free agent

LB Jake Knott, free agent

Six games (2)

DB Will Hill, Baltimore

Colts owner Jim Irsay

Eight games (1)

RB Andre Brown, free agent

Nine games (1)

LB Aldon Smith, San Francisco

10 games (1)

DL Josh Brent, retired, Cowboys own rights

Indefinitely suspended (Can apply for reinstatement after the 2014 season) (6)

WR Justin Blackmon, Jacksonville

WR Josh Gordon, Cleveland

DB Tanard Jackson, Washington

LB Daryl Washington, Arizona

WR LaVon Brazill, free agent

TE Fred Davis, free agent

RB Ray Rice, Baltimore

As we know, headlines this fall have been a bizarre mix of domestic abuse, drugs, concussions and homosexuality; and the NFL’s public relations gurus have been sweating through two suits a day just trying to keep up.  Clearly, the League has its work cut out for it, but more importantly, right now the League has a rare opportunity to set precedents that will deal with how a range of topics are handled in the future. Making the right decisions about what policies to beef up (domestic violence, DUIs, assault), what policies to re-examine (marijuana) and what new policies to welcome (gay players) has the potential to reshape the much maligned image of the NFL. The League desperately needs a shot of positivity, and some insurance from these constant PR nightmares,  and it finally seems the powers that be have the motivation to do the kind of soul searching it needs to bring about a revival.

Source: CBSSports;  Cover Photo Credit: Rotovitz

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