The Miami Dolphins made an interesting move this week adding a player who will not be available for the first eight games of the season. Former Rams safety, T.J. McDonald was picked up by the Dolphins on a one year deal.
Here’s the Miami Herald with more:
McDonald has been suspended for half the season for violating the league’s substance abuse policy. He’ll return in either Week 9 or 10, depending on when the NFL gives the Dolphins their bye.
McDonald comes to the Dolphins from the Rams, with whom he spent his first four NFL seasons. He started 53 games in that time, recording 281 tackles.
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