Giants Will Hill Fails Drug Test Faces Season Long Suspension
New York Giants safety Will Hill has once again failed another drug test. This is Hill's third failed drug test in the past three seasons.
Hill was suspended for four games in 2012 for violating the league's performance-enhancing drug policy which later was found to be for "Adderall" use. Hill was then suspended for the first four games of the 2013 season for violating the league's policy on drugs abuse, that for Marijuana.
During an interview last season Hill told the Star-Ledger "The Giants just told me they had my back, they had my support, but another slip-up, that’s that. That’s all the motivation I need. So I just let it at that."
Hill was expected to be in the running this season as the starting safety next to veteran Antrel Rolle.
Hill is currently in the process of appealing the suspension. Being that Hill has already been inducted into the world renowned NFL drug program and seems to be a V.I.P member.
You can expect NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to bring the hammer down on Hill as he could be looking at a season long suspension. Last season cornerback Brandon Browner member of Seattle’s “Legion of Boom” was suspended for the whole season after being charged for his third failed drug test.