The NFL has suspended Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick for the first four games of the season, league officials announced on Tuesday.
Scandrick tested positive for MDMA, also known as ecstasy or Molly, sources have said.
While MDMA by itself would be considered a drug of abuse and would not subject Scandrick to a first-time positive test suspension, but ecstasy sometimes contains an amphetamine component, which does fall under the NFL’s PED policy. That’s the reason the Dallas corner’s suspension.
Scandrick becomes the 21st player out of 104 suspended for performance-enhancing drugs to test positive from MDMA.
Apparently Scandrick thought what happened in Mexico with his ex-girlfriend Draya Michele stayed in Mexico when they added the Molly to a cocktail they were drinking.
Strange that the NFL suspends players for MDMA. It’s hardly a performance enhancer on the field, on the dance floor, well, now that’s a different story.
It’s been an interesting week for the Cowboys, especially after the guys over at Terez Owens dropped those photos of Jerry Jones being ‘misrepresented’ with those two strippers.
But more importantly, what the f**k is wrong with the NFL? Ray Rice gets suspended two games for knocking his girl out cold in an elevator, but Scandrick gets four games for ecstasy. Can some explain this?