This turns out to be the second time that the player gets suspended. Price per head services saw that Brazill was banned for the first four games of the 2013 season after he violated the same policy, and a repeat of this obviously doesn’t help either the player or the team.
In July 2013, Brazill told reporters at training camp after he tested positive for drugs that “it’s either money or marijuana. I know any of you would choose money any day.” Pay per head sportsbooks saw that again, the player failed to choose money.
A spokesman for the Colts said that the team does not have a comment on the player’s ban from the sport, and pay per head sportsbooks wonder what they have to say about his suspension.
Pay per head sportsbooks know that Brazill was expected to go into training later this month competing with Griff Whalen and Da’Rick Rogers for one of the team’s final receiving spots, and many fans were very sorry to learn that this won’t be happening. In 2013, Brazill had two touchdowns and 12 receptions for 161 yards.
The player’s suspension adds to what pay per head sportsbooks saw was a very embarrassing offseason for Indianapolis.
Pay per head sportsbooks also won’t forget when owner Jim Irsay was arrested in March and charged with two misdemeanors for driving under the influence of prescription drugs. On July 28 he has a pre-trial hearing, and a trial on August 28.
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Outside linebacker Robert Mathis, who was the NFL’s leader in sacks last season and is very famous with pay per head sportsbooks for his talent, was suspended in May for the first four games of the 2014 season after he violated the league’s substance-abuse policy.