Packers' OL Sean Rhyan suspended six games for NFL violation
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Author - joshai
Rookie offensive lineman Sean Rhyan, a third-round draft pick of the Green Bay Packers, was suspended six games for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances, the league announced on Friday.
Rhyan was not any offensive snap this season, and the only time he played on the field was one special team game on November. 6, against Detroit Lions. Detroit Lions.
The player is suspended with no pay and can be reinstated to the Packers on the active roster following the season's final game against Detroit. If Green Bay (4-7) makes the playoffs, his campaign is done.
The 92nd pick overall from UCLA was the most recent in a string of Packers third-round picks who have had issues either on or on the side of the football field.
This season they eliminated 2021's third-round selection, Amari Rodgers, following his fourth punt return fumble during the year
The third-round pick of 2019 the tight player Jace Sternberger, was released in September of last year and has not been added to the NFL roster.
The only player from general manager Brian Gutekunst's three-round selections from 2018 to be in the active team is the tight end Josiah de Guara (2020).