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NY Jets: Enunwa Suspended Four Games

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Suspension stems from 2014 domestic violence incident.

Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

According to multiple sources NY Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa has been suspended four games for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy.  The suspension stems from August 2014 domestic violence charges involving Enunwa that were dismissed in October 2014.

After the Ray Rice fiasco last year the NFL established a protocol that mandates a six game suspension for a first offense related to domestic violence. ESPN's Jane McManus reported that Enunwa's cooperation and remorse were factors in having the suspension reduced from six games to four. McManus also reported that the four game suspension was the result of a negotiated settlement between the NFL and the NFL Players Association.  As a result, the suspension is final and cannot be appealed.

Enunwa will not be eligible to return to the Jets' active roster until Friday, Nov. 13, the day after their Week 10 game at home against the Bills.