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Former LSU and current Atlanta Falcons cornerback Jalen Collins has been suspended without pay for the first 10 games of the 2017 regular season for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances. Per ESPN:

Collins is due to make $928,440 this season. The 10-game suspension will cost him $546,141.

The league made the announcement Sunday, hours after Collins nearly intercepted a pass at the end of practice. It marks the second consecutive year Collins has violated the same league policy. He served a four-game suspension without pay at the beginning of last season.

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Damn! He just had his salary cut in half, and he's not making the big bucks yet. Better recognize, Jalen! It's gone before you know it!
Reply51 months
Bad decisions = tough result$. Get it together Jalen.
Reply51 months
The definition of dumbass right here.
Reply51 months
You've got to be an idiot to get busted for PEDs in any pro sport.
Reply51 months
Professional Athlete with state of the art training and doctors at your disposal, and yet still gets busted with PEDs. How? Why?
Reply51 months
It's pretty common 8n the NFL. Multiple happen every year. Brian Cushing got a whole year for it.
51 months
Not the league's fault, just ask Goodell.
Reply51 months
If the league is sure PEDS make u bigger stronger faster and could injure an opponent while ur using them how come you allow a player to practice and play in preseason?? No sense SMH
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