Welcome to Tuesday’s edition of The Morning After Huddle. This NFL off-season continues to surprise. Monday was full of news you’ll want to monitor.
Here’s what you need to know:
- Cardinals WR Deandre Hopkins has been suspended for the first 6 games of the season for violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing substances.
- Former Chiefs Safety Tyrann Mathieu has found a home with the New Orleans Saints. The $33M contract, including $18M fully guaranteed, is expected to be finalized this week.
- The NFL announces that, following a 60-day review, it could not substantiate claims made by Browns Coach Hue Jackson related to tanking.
- Carrying over from the NFL Draft this weekend: Justyn Ross, thought by many to be a top draft pick, went undrafted due to heavy medical concerns. However, Ross has been recently medically cleared to play and was picked up by the Kansas City Chiefs.
That’s it for today’s edition. Catch us tomorrow morning for news.
And if you missed yesterday’s Morning After Huddle, you can read it here!