The NFL announced Friday that Dolphins’ practice squad WR Antonio Callaway has been suspended without pay for an additional four games for violation of the NFL policy on substance abuse.
Callaway was previously suspended 10 games in November of last year. He’s eligible to return to the Dolphins after their seventh game.
Ian Rapoport previously reported that Callaway was expected to serve a seven-game suspension to start the season but he’s still allowed to attend meetings and do rehab work.
Callaway, 23, is a former fourth-round pick of the Browns back in 2018. He agreed to a four-year, $3,177,856 contract that included a $717,856 signing bonus.
The Browns waived Callaway during the season and he had a brief stint with the Tampa Bay Vipers in the XFL. The Dolphins signed him to their practice squad at the start of the regular season.
In 2019, Callaway appeared in four games and caught eight passes for 89 yards receiving and no touchdowns.