EAGAN, Minn. — Vikings cornerback Holton Hill received a four-video game suspension from the NFL on Tuesday for violating the league’s coverage and software on substances of abuse. This is the next time since April that Hill has been hit with a suspension.
The next-year cornerback was in the beginning established to overlook the initial 4 game titles of the 2019 period for violating the NFL’s policy on general performance-boosting substances. With an extra four-recreation suspension, Hill is now qualified to return to the Vikings active roster getting into Week 9. The entirety of his suspension will be served without fork out.
Hill is qualified to participate in all offseason and preseason tactics and games.
His suspension will check the depth of Minnesota’s cornerback group. With no established timeline on when Mike Hughes will return subsequent an ACL tear very last season, the Vikings are down to Xavier Rhodes, Trae Waynes and Mackensie Alexander at the posture. Rookie seventh-spherical decide on Kris Boyd will also be in the blend to contend for a roster spot in training camp.