Green Bay Packers Offensive Lineman suspended for drug use

Some news from the NFL on Friday morning, Packers rookie offensive lineman Sean Rhyan has been suspended without pay for six games for violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing substances.

The Packers said they wouldn’t have any comment on the matter because of the confidentiality of the process. The penalty means the third-round draft pick out of UCLA must sit out the rest of the regular season. Green Bay selected Rhyan with the 92nd overall pick in the draft.

The Packers (4-7) will visit the Philadelphia Eagles (9-1) on Sunday night.