Andrew Quarless Suspended For 2 Games

Free agent tight end Andrew Quarless has been suspended for two games for a violation of the league’s personal conduct policy, a source tells Ian Rapoport of (on Twitter). Andrew Quarless

Quarless, 28 in October, spent most of the 2015 season on the Packers’ injured reserve, though he was originally placed on IR with the designation to return. An MCL injury sidelined Quarless for about two and a half months, beginning in late September, limiting him to five games and just four receptions for 31 yards for the season.

The tight end underwent a procedure in early 2016 to drain fluid from his knee and the team subsequently shut him down for the year. While Quarless was on the shelf for most of the season, second-year tight end Richard Rodgers enjoyed a breakout campaign, hauling in 58 balls and racking up eight touchdowns.

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  1. Erryl

    I wouldn’t call Richard Rodgers’ season a breakout season. He got a lot of playing time, but he probably won’t see as much time this year. Despite the Hail Mary, the Packers want more from their TE… More yards after the catch and better speed.

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