Denver Broncos Practice Squad C Quentin Saulsberry Suspended 4 Games

By Mark Stringer
Nelson Chenault – US Presswire

Denver Broncos practice squad center Quentin Saulsberry is the latest NFL player to get suspended four games for violating the league’s performance-enhancing drug policy.

Saulsberry was an undrafted rookie out of Mississippi State where he started all 49 games in his four seasons. He is very versatile and showed that in college by starting 11 games at right tackle, 19 games at right guard, 13 games at left guard and six games at center.

He was picked up as a free agent last off-season by the Minnesota Vikings, but was let go during the final cuts before the regular season. The Broncos picked him up in September and he’s remained on the practice squad since.

Saulsberry was regarded as one of the better interior lineman in last year’s draft, but no one seems to be talking about him. He has the ability to be a great guard, but his size and frame make him a center prospect for most NFL teams.

If he will start training diligently, lay off the performance-enhancing drugs, and just build himself off hard work then he will might get a shot at snapping the ball to one of the greatest QBs to have ever played the game.

This may be the first time we have heard the name Quentin Saulsberry, but I am guessing it will not be the last. I hope next time it’s for a better reason.


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