Dion Jordan handed one-year suspension after Miami Dolphins' pass rusher violates substance abuse policy again

Miami Dolphins pass rusher Dion Jordan has been suspended one year without pay after another violation of the National Football League's substance abuse policy. Jordan's latest suspension, which will keep him out of the entire 2015 NFL season, was triggered by a diluted sample, according to a report on the NFL website, citing a pair of sources informed of the situation. In a statement, the Dolphins said they were 'disappointed' to learn about Jordan's most recent suspension.

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