For the second time in three days, a Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman has been suspended in definitely by the NFL.
The latest being David Irving, as reported by Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Earlier this week Randy Gregory was suspended by the League, and today Irving joins him.
Irving, who is due to be a free agent when the new League year starts, will be dealing with his 3rd suspension in an as many seasons.
The Cowboys have not expressed interest in bringing back the talented, but troubled defensive end.
Irving was suspended in 2017 and 2018 for the first four games of each of those seasons.
He recently posted on IG,
“I’m in the NFL because I’m great at what I do. I’m not in the NFL because I’m an Eagle Scout, or the perfect model citizen. I didn’t put on a mask or kiss ass to be where I am. I’m here on natural ability. This is God’s plan. Not mine. Trust me, I’m adjusting to it as well. Once I step on the field and stop performing, THEN we have a problem … So does anyone have anything to say about my play?”
We won’t be saying much about Irving’s play for quite a while.