Munich – The Houston Texans must do without two players at the end of the season. Recipient Will Fuller announced on Instagram on Monday that he was kicked from the NFL for six players.
He mentioned the doctor’s error as the reason. He prescribed a drug that, contrary to the doctor’s claims, is banned by the NFL.
This means that the Texans, in addition to Randall Cobb, are missing another quarterback from Deshaun Watson. In addition, Fuller was able to play for his current side for the last time on Sunday as there are only five matches left and his contract expires after the season.
Blocking the person who received the pass, however, is not the only one that the Texans have to face. It was announced that corner Bradley Roby will also be withdrawn from the NFL for six matches.
Roby pleads guilty
In a statement, the athlete wrote: “Sorry to my family, teammates, the Houston Texans and fans. A few months ago, I unknowingly used a product contaminated with a substance banned by the NFL. I understand. I admit that my job is to know and be responsible for everything that I put into my body. I will take the necessary steps in the future so that it never happens again. work towards our goal of bringing the title back to Houston with our teammates next season.
With only five matches left in the current regular season, Roby will also remain banned from the first game of the coming season. In the current season he appeared on the pitch as a starter in ten games. Among other things, it coped with 37 attacks and one interception.
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