A running back for the Kansas City Chiefs has been suspended by the National Football League (NFL) for allegedly using performance-enhancing substances.
Twenty-two-year-old rookie Jerrion Ealy — a practice squad player — has been suspended from playing ball for the next six games for allegedly using performance-enhancing drugs. During his suspension, he will be replaced by wide receiver Marcus Kemp.
This doesn’t seem to be messing up the team’s momentum, as they just came off a major 41-31 victory against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They are now sitting at the top of the AFC West standings, and they are set to take on the Las Vegas Raiders next Monday.