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Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Darren Waller is the second Ravens TE to be suspended this year (Nick Boyle is suspended for 10 games). Waller is behind Benjamin Watson, Dennis Pitta, Crockett Gillmore and Maxx Williams on the depth chart. He's a core special teams player.

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NFL announced Ravens' TE Darren Waller has been suspended the first four games for violating NFL Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens TE Darren Waller, who was suspended four games, will be eligible to return to the Ravens' active roster on Monday, Oct. 3. Waller is eligible to participate in all preseason practices and games.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens TE/WR Darren Waller has been suspended four games for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy

Can you trust Ezekiel Elliott as your RB1?

Rookies are a gamble in fantasy football, but is the Cowboys RB an exception to the rule? Intriguing rookies

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A history of dead money deals

These players know the feeling that Bobby Bonilla has today as he cashes his annual $1.19M check.


Burning NFL offseason questions

Who is more feared on the Cowboys' offense: the Tony Romo-to-Dez Bryant connection or the offensive line? Q's for all 32 teams

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CFL player celebrates TD on wrong bench

Montreal Alouettes wide receiver Duron Carter heads to the wrong bench to celebrate a touchdown catch and then it gets even more interesting.


2015 was a good year for Roger Goodell

The NFL paid commissioner Roger Goodell $32 million in fiscal year 2015, SportsBusiness Journal reports, citing the league's 2015 tax filing. Big money for the commish

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Vince Wilfork doesn't care what you think

"Everybody knows that I have a big stomach, but I think sometimes that overshadows everything else on my body. ... The only thing I don't have that they got is six-packs. But I really don't care about six-packs." Wilfork's body

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