Former Green Bay Packers cornerback Brandon Underwood is currently a free agent. However if he does sign with a team, he'll have to sit out two games now that he has been suspended by the NFL for violating the league's personal-conduct policy.
Underwood has a long list of legal and off-the-field issues that he can add this to.
The former Packers sixth-round draft pick from the University of Cincinnat has had repeated run-ins with the law over domestic violence concerns with his wife, including a dispute with his wife after the Packers' Super Bowl ring ceremony on June 16.
Underwood was released by the Packers on September 3rd when the off-field incidents became too much for them to handle.
"I kind of felt it coming, but at the same time … ," Underwood said. "With the off-the-field issues, that’s something that always factors into things...Just with everything I had happen in the last couple years, it’s not a bad idea for me to get a fresh start."
That fresh start will just start a little later than he'd hoped.
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