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SEP 11, 6:12p ET | Knox Bardeen
Rotowire: May 11 / 8:45p ET
News: Bradshaw (ankle) pleaded no contest and paid a $351 fine to settle a misdemeanor count of marijuana possession in Preble County, OH, the Associated Press reports. NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said that Bradshaw's case will be reviewed "under our policies."
Impact: It's not clear if Bradshaw will face a suspension since his status in the league's drug program is unknown. He was effective in the Indianapolis offense last season and took over as the starting running back before missing six games with a fractured fibula. It was the second consecutive season he looked like an impact player with the Colts only to suffer a season-ending injury. He's missed 21 games the last three seasons due to injuries, but some team will likely take a chance on him given his production last year when healthy.
StatsLLC: May 11 / 12:00a ET
News: Bradshaw has pleaded no contest and paid a fine to settle a misdemeanor count of marijuana possession in Ohio. Court documents at Eaton Municipal Court show Bradshaw paid $351 in fines and costs under the plea agreement. His Ohio driving privileges are suspended for six months.
Impact: The 29-year-old free agent had earlier pleaded not guilty to the charges from a Feb. 5 traffic stop in western Ohio by the Ohio State Highway Patrol. Troopers said they found a small amount of marijuana in the car he was driving. An NFL spokesman said Bradshaw's case will be reviewed under league policies. Bradshaw's attorney confirmed the court records, but declined to comment further Monday.