Rapoport adds that this is likely the reason why Rogers is still a free agent, so there’s a chance that teams could show some interest in him once he’s served his suspension.
Rogers, 23, wound up going undrafted out of Tennessee Tech last year. The Colts took a chance on him, despite some of the issues that led to him transferring out of Tennessee.
However, his stay in Indianapolis lasted a little over a year as he was placed on waivers this past September following a DUI arrest. The Chiefs signed him to a contract back in January only to release him a few months ago.
Last year, Rogers appeared in five games during his rookie season and caught 14 passes for 192 yards receiving and two touchdowns during his rookie season.