The Bashaud Breeland of Kansas City Chiefs has been suspended for 4 games for violating the NFL National Football League’s policy and program on substances of abuse.
Chiefs won the Super Bowl 2019 during last season, whereby, 28 years old Breeland played in 15 games.
During April, Breeland was arrested for the following three charges:
1- Keeping marijuana.
2- Driving with open container of alcohol.
3= Resisting arrest.
Thereby, NFL suspended him for 4 games. He lodged appeal against suspension but his appeal has been rejected.
Now Breeland will have to skip games against the following opponents:
1- Texans – 10th September
2- Chargers – 20th September
3- Ravens – 28th September
4- Patriots – 4th October
Breeland will be available to play games after 4th October after the end of 4-game-suspension to defend the Super Bowl title for his team Chiefs.