So... you're saying that his suspension at N. Alabama for getting into a fight with an opposing receiver just didn't exist? Because it did. This wasn't some violation of team rules suspension, this was violation of common sense - the same common sense that says don't throw punches at your opponents. In an era of the NFL where they continue to crack down more and more on character of the players on the field, how exactly does that fact that a player's proof thus far that he hasn't moved forward from the poor decisions of his past that earned him suspensions - which also indicate he's a high risk to draw a suspension (that will keep him off the field) - not affect his play on the field. It's kind of hard to play on the field when you're suspended for the dumb crap you do off it.