Bears defensive end Mario Edwards suspended two games by the National Football League

In the event that he re-visitations of Chicago for the 2021 season, Mario Edwards won’t be accessible on the field to begin the season.

On Friday, the National Football League suspended the defensive end for two games for a violation of the league’s presentation upgrading substances policy.

Edwards won’t be paid for those challenges he’s absent in the 2021 season, yet he will be accessible for preseason games and practices and games before the suspension starts.

That could possibly be in Chicago since Edwards is set to be a free agent in March. The suspension goes into place at whatever point he is endorsed by a team, regardless of whether that doesn’t occur in the 2021 season.

A six-year NFL veteran, Edwards had a career-high four sacks in 15 games this year for the Bears including 17 tackles. He played for the Raiders, Giants, and Saints before his stop in Chicago.

Edwards made other news off the field this season since he faces an offense domestic attack charge on a lady in Charlotte, North Carolina. It concerns a supposed occurrence that happened at the Bears’ team hotel in the early morning hours of October 18 preceding the team’s game with the Panthers.

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