Cleveland Browns right tackle Ryan Tucker has been suspended for four games by the League for steroid use. The 32-year-old missed part of last season with a mental issue, and admitted that the took steroids in an effort to bounce back from the issues he was going through. Tucker will be allowed to be a part of training camp, and will be able to play in pre-season games, but will miss the month of September without pay. The suspension means that Kevin Shaffer will likely take over the position, and that the third pick in the draft, Joe Thomas will then be inserted in the starting lineup. Tucker has made 62 starts with the Browns since he signed as a free agent back in 2002.
Click Below to hear Tucker Break the News to the Media of his Suspension: