Buffalo rookie linebacker Tyrel Dodson, who left Texas A&M a year early, has been suspended for six games without pay for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy, reported the Buffalo News.
The suspension begins immediately and he is eligible to return Oct. 28.
Dodson had been on the NFL Commisioner’s Exempt List. Dodson was arrested in May for domestic violence. He faces three misdemeanor charges in Scottsdale, Arizona, involving his girlfriend: disorderly conduct, assault/domestic violence and damage to property of less than $2,000, the paper reported, adding that Dodson denied the allegations according to the police report.