Washington’s left tackle Trent Williams is suspended for four games due to violating the NFL’s Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse. The suspension stems from a missed drug test, according to the Washington Post.
“We met with Trent today to discuss this unfortunate news,” Washington said in Aaron Williams Authentic Womens Jersey a statement. “Per the terms of the Policy, Trent will be permitted to participate in team meetings and workout at the [team] facilities throughout this time. Our focus will now turn to the Minnesota Vikings after our bye this upcoming weekend. Any questions related to this matter should be directed to the NFL or NFLPA.”
Ty Nsekhe is behind Williams on the depth chart. For now, he’ll take over the left tackle job.
Washington isn’t the only team with offensive line questions. They’re not even the only playoff hopeful in the NFC with problems on the offensive line. Both Minnesota and Seattle have suffered lately through terrible offensive line play, with the Vikings losing their last two and the Seahawks with a tie and a loss.
Following Washington’s matchup against the Cardinals, Williams will be able to return to the field on Dec. 5.
Williams was suspended four games in 2011 after Adolphus Washington Authentic Womens Jersey testing positive for marijuana.
So what’s the problem? Maybe the problem is Darrell Bevell, the offensive coordinator. Field Gulls dives deeper into the struggles he’s had without the combination of Marshawn Lynch and Russell Wilson on the field at the same time. Maybe he should be the next offensive coordinator to get fired. Another issue might be Christine Michael forced into a full-time role, something that’s not a fit for his skill set.
The was good news this week for the Seahawks offense: Marshawn Lynch was back! The retired running back Marshawn visited the locker room. How’s he been? “Smooth.” Perhaps the moral support of having him in the locker room for a day will be enough.