Philadelphia Eagles right tackle Lane Johnson has been suspended for 10 games by the NFL for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing substances.
Johnson will be eligible to return on Dec. 19. It's his second suspension. One more would cost Johnson two years. Johnson appealed the positive test, but an arbiter upheld the ruling.
“We are disappointed with arbitrator James Carter's summary ruling,” Johnson's attorney, Steve Zashin, said in a statement Tuesday. “We will wait for his formal written opinion. After we review that decision, we will consider all available legal options.”
In January, Johnson...