Found April 30, 2014 on The Penalty Flag:
PLAYERS: Will Hill
TEAMS: New York Giants
Tell me if you have heard this one before. Will Hill may be suspended by the NFL for failing a drug test. This would mark the third time in his short New York Giants career he could potentially be suspended. Already suspended for the use of Adderall, he also failed a drug test for testing positive for marijuana. Suspended  for four games both times, he is now facing his possible third suspension for another failed drug test.…
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