• Alexander banned at least a year, Landry indefinitely


    NEW YORK: Carolina Panthers defensive end Frank Alexander was suspended by the NFL for a minimum of one year without pay on Tuesday (Wednesday in Manila) while free agent safety LaRon Landry was issued an indefinite ban. The Panthers announced Alexander’s ban, the third on a Carolina player this week, for his third violation of the NFL’s substance abuse policy. Landry’s punishment, confirmed by the NFL’s website, was for his third violation of the league’s performance-enhancing drug policy, according to ESPN. Alexander, who is on injured reserve this season, was suspended twice last season for substance abuse violations.



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