Guion was already set to serve a four-game ban for violating the league’s PED policy. Now, Guion could be facing legal consequences and an even longer ban. Considering all of his missteps, it wouldn’t be shocking to see the Packers cut ties with Guion this summer.
Guion, who turned 30 today, made 15 starts for the Packers last year and racked up 30 total tackles. After his PED ban, Guion agreed to a restructured deal which took his offseason roster bonuses and delayed them until Weeks 9 and 15 of the season. The bonuses were also reduced in value from $400K each to $300K. When factoring in his suspension, that slip-up cost him about $600K. This DUI is only going to compound the issue and could potentially cost him his job in Green Bay.
The veteran was also suspended three games in 2015 for violating the league’s substance abuse policy.
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