Daryl Washington Suspended For Four Games

NewDWashContractMAINJust one day after the Arizona Cardinals Traded for Carson Palmer, it looks like there going to lose one of there key defensive players for the first four games of the 2013 regular season Daryl Washington. News broke on Wednesday evening that the LB was going to miss the first four games of the season due to failing the drug wellness policy. This is a big blow for the Arizona Cardinals team that other then Patrick Peterson really doesn’t have many big names on the defensive side of the ball for this team. Not to mention other then Washington there really is no other tough physical LB’s for the Cardinals other then Washington.To think this is the same team that won there first four games of the season and then basically lost every game since then due to a bad offensive line and bad QB play. Honestly the defensive for this team hasn’t been much of a problem in recent years, however with Washington out for the first few games this is still a big blow for the Cardinals. It also is yet to reported of what exactly Washington was using to fail the wellness policy.Now the question really is do the Arizona Cardinals go out in the draft a LB to possibly replace Washington for four games and quite possibly just add depth to this team or do they somehow try to find a needle in a haystack when it comes to LB’s in free agency.The thing that also should be noted here is that the Cardinals already play in what some may is the toughest division in all of football with the 49ers, Seahawks and the Rams who look like slowly but surely are improving.

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