Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory just can't seem to get it right, the Cowboys 2015 second round pick was already facing a four game suspension for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy and now there are reports that he failed another test.
This failed drug test could result in a ten game suspension for the 23 year old out of Nebraska. Reports say he has already checked into a treatment facility and there's a chance that he will not join the team when they report for camp in Oxnard, California Thursday.
Starting linebacker Rolando McClain is already missing the first ten games of the season for violating the league's susbstance abuse policy, he missed the first four games last season for the same offense. 2014 second round pick, defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence will miss the first four games of the season, he also violated the league's substance abuse policy.
Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett refused to comment on Gregory when he was asked about this latest news during the Cowboys Coaches Clinic at AT&T Stadium on Tuesday. Cowboys Owner and General Manager Jerry Jones gave his two cents last week and says he's not happy about three of his guys on defense being suspended.