FOXBOROUGH, MASS. (AP)
New England Patriots rookie running back Brandon Bolden has been
suspended without pay for four games Friday for violating the league's
policy on performance-enhancing substances.
The undrafted free agent out of Ole Miss has rushed for 234 yards and
two touchdowns in six games this season, but missed the last two games
with a knee injury.
Bolden, who ran for a career-high 137 yards on 16 carries in a win over
Buffalo on Sept. 30, had not practiced so far this week. He is eligible
to return to the active roster Dec. 3, following New England's game
about the move
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