Today, Rolando McClain the former first round pick of the Oakland Raiders took another set back in his career. After retiring from football and really rebounding last year, McClain is back in the dog house.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Todd Archer, McClain is set to be docked four game checks for violating the NFL’s substance-abuse policy.
The punishment is just a fine and not a suspension, according to ESPN. He is currently a free agent, and now the Cowboys need to make him an offer. They can sign him to a deal that should be a cheaper deal for the incident.
According to NFL’s new substance abuse policy, a player is fined for a third failed test. Another failed test would be a 4-game suspension.