David Irving suspended first four games for substance abuse

The NFL has suspended Cowboys defensive tackle David Irving the first four games of the season for violation of the league’s substance abuse policy.

Irving sat out the first four games last season for violation of the league’s performance-enhancing substances policy. It marks the fifth consecutive season the Cowboys will begin the year with a defensive starter suspended. DeMarcus Lawrence, Orlando Scandrick, Rolando McClain, Greg Hardy and Randy Gregory also have served suspensions since 2014.

The news of Andre Hal’s diagnosis weighs heavy on the hearts of everyone in the Houston Texans family, he said.

Hal has spent his entire four-year career NFL with Houston. He posted 47 tackles and three interceptions last season.

Hal’s diagnosis comes just three days after Giants GM Dave Gettleman revealed he was found to have lymphoma during a recent physical exam.\

I’m fine, just really sore, Baez said after the game (via the Chicago Tribune). It got me really good right on the elbow. I thought the pain was going to go right way, but it numbed my whole arm and even my ribs.

After icing and other treatments, (i)t’s actually feeling pretty good, Baez said.

Although he is hitting just .175 (7-for-40) in June, the Tribune writes that he arguably has been the Cubs’ most valuable player this season because of his power, fielding prowess and versatility.

Such a move undoubtedly would be seen as a publicity stunt — Tebow is 30 and has a .230/.317/.353 slash line in his minor league career. But that doesn’t mean this show shouldn’t get a stop at Citi Field.

I think that’s something I’ll have to figure out, pray about it and see where my heart’s at with everything, Tebow said. How do you put a timetable on dreams or ambition or heart?

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