By Jim Rogash, CBSSports.comThe NFL Players Association announced Thursday that the NFL has suspended all but two players for violating the collective bargaining agreement during the season.
The suspensions for the three players suspended in this week’s preseason are: defensive end Aaron Donald and offensive tackle Justin Britton.
Donald is the latest player to be suspended for his conduct during the preseason.
He was the first to be placed on the season-ending disabled list after injuring his knee during training camp.
Donald was not available for comment.
The league suspended Britton for one game on Thursday.
It was his second suspension in as many years, after being released from the Packers in 2018.
The suspension came after Britton violated the league’s substance abuse policy.
Donald’s suspension is the third to come down in as short a time.
He got his first suspension for his actions on Jan. 6, 2018.
Britton also was fined $250,000 by the NFL in February 2018 after he was charged with assaulting a former girlfriend.
He missed a game against the Raiders in September 2018 and was also fined $200,000 in March 2018.
In all, Britton has missed just one game with a suspension.
Donald missed two games in 2017 after being charged with felony domestic violence after an altercation with a woman.