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Steelers' Cam Sutton slapped with multi-game suspension

Major suspension for the controversial cornerback.

Michael W.

The Pittsburgh Steelers will be without the services of cornerback Cam Sutton for the first eight games of the upcoming 2024 NFL season, as he's been suspended for violation of the League's personal conduct policy. 

ESPN's Adam Schefter released the following report on his X (formerly known as Twitter) account: 

"Steelers CB Cameron Sutton was suspended without pay for the first eight games of the 2024 regular season for violating the NFL’s Personal Conduct Policy, it was announced today. The NFL investigated the March incident involving Sutton and determined he violated the Personal Conduct Policy.
Sutton will be eligible for reinstatement on October 29 following the Steelers’ Week 8 game against the New York Giants."

Sutton was drafted with the 94th overall pick (Round 3) of the 2017 NFL Draft by the Steelers after playing college ball at Tennessee. He would sign with the Detroit Lions last offseason on a three year, $33 million deal and amassed 65 total tackles (50 solo), one interception, six passes defended, and one forced fumble.

The Lions released him earlier in the year following an alleged incident of domestic battery that resulted in an arrest warrant being issued.

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Source: Twitter