Posted July 29, 2013 on nyg.scout.com
PLAYERS: Will Hill
TEAMS: New York Giants
There has been big news on the NFL front regarding players serving suspension for violating the league’s substance abuse policy. One player is New York Giants' safety Will Hill, who was handed a four game ban for this season for violating the league’s rule. Hill is dealing with his second suspension, and will face a bundle of questions and uncertainty about his role throughout training camp.
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