Vikings cornerback Holton Hill suspended for four games

Vikings cornerback Holton Hill suspended for four games

Vikings cornerback Holton Hill suspended for four games

Minnesota Vikings cornerback Holton Hill has been suspended for the first four games of the season for violating National Football League policy on performance-enhancing drugs.

Hill started three games after going undrafted out of Texas past year.

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The report notes that Hill, a Texas product, will be suspended for violating the NFL's performance enhancing drugs policy.

The Vikings just lost cornerback Holton Hill for their first four games of the 2019 season. In his junior year, Hill started the first nine games, but his year ended in early November after he was suspended for a violation of team rules. According to the Pioneer Press, the defensive back had issues with multiple failed drug tests in college, leading to a large decline in his NFL Draft stock. He recorded 30 tackles and an interception in 2018 for the Vikings.

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