EDGE AnalysisFloyd's punishment almost certainly stems from his 24-day stint in jail for pleading guilty to extreme DUI after being arrested back in December. Although his punishment comes as little surprise, Floyd missing the first quarter of the regular season still obviously hurts the Vikings' receiving options heading into the 2017 campaign. Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen will lead the charge, but behind them, No. 3 wideout Laquon Treadwell, who caught just one pass as a rookie, is seemingly the best of the remaining targets. While Floyd will be free to participate in training camp and preseason games, he won't be able to make his true Vikings debut until their Monday night game in Week 5 against the Bears.
Stupid choices always bite you in the ass. There should be a minimum IQ for Professional athletes.
Kombucha, it's a helluva drug!
Was that a holdover suspension from the extreme DUI or just from that one day in jail for the failed "tea" test? Vikes probably will cut him and bring him in later to save some yeasty dough.
Too much fermentation going on either way.