The NFL suspended free-agent running back Alex Collins three games for violating the league’s personal conduct policy.

The suspension stems from Collins’ arrest last spring.

Collins was arrested following a car crash in Owings Mills, Md last March. He eventually received probation for the incident. Following the arrest, the Baltimore Ravens parted ways with the RB.

He was expected to sign with a new team prior to the start of the 2019 season but an injury prolonged his return a bit longer.

Over his three-year career, Collins played for the Ravens and Seahawks, totaling 1,509 yards on 357 carries and 14 touchdowns.

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