Now, his career is in jeopardy. “Even we don’t know all the details,”Stephen Jones, theCowboys’ executive vice president, told reporters on Tuesday. http://sebastianpricecenter.boxcrack.net/2016/08/05/some-growing-challenges-in-picking-core-criteria-in-selection-interview/“We just don’t know.” When asked if McClain’s career is over, Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said, “We’re focused on the guys who are here.” It’s unclear where the Cowboys and McClain go from here. McClain had twice retired in his five-year career before joining the Cowboys in 2014. According to ESPN, McClain who was suspended for four games last season for violating the substance-abuse policy is in the final stage (Stage 3) of the NFL’s substance-abuse program. The NFL could order him to go to a treatment facility, though multiple reports indicate that it’s unclear if he’s been asked to. If he does not go to one at the orders of medical directors, then he could face a one-year suspension. If the Cowboys decide to release McClain, then he would count$750,000 against the salary cap, according to ESPN. It’s a concerning situation for the Cowboys, as McClain isn’t reportedly close to playing shape, and unless he shows up to training camp, then he may not see the field until November.
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