NFL suspends twoUNDATED (AP) - Miami safety Reshad Jones has been suspended for the first four games of the regular season for violating the NFL policy on performance-enhancing substances.
In a statement released by the Dolphins, Jones apologized to his teammates and coaches. He said a supplement he took caused the positive test. He said he regretted not investigating the supplement carefully before he took it.
Giants backup offensive lineman Eric Herman has also received a four-game suspension. Herman says in a statement that he tested positive for a stimulant. He says he has a therapeutic use exemption for a different stimulant that treats the same condition, but not for the one for which he tested positive.
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