Los Angeles Times
Rams’ Brown gets suspended
Rams defensive lineman
Bobby Brown III has been suspended without pay for the first six games of next season for violating the NFL’s performance-enhancing substances policy, the league announced Monday.
Brown, 21, was a fourthround draft pick last year and played in 10 games.
With the departure of nose tackle Sebastian Joseph-Day, who signed with the Chargers, the 6foot-4, 235-pound Brown was regarded as a contender for more playing time on a line that also includes star
Aaron Donald, A’Shawn Robinson and Greg Gaines, among others.
According to league policy, Brown can participate in preseason practices and games. He is eligible to return to the roster after the Oct. 16 game against the Carolina Panthers.
Rams players report for training camp at UC Irvine on Saturday.