NFL suspends Steelers CB Cameron Sutton for eight games

The Pittsburgh Steelers will be without cornerback Cameron Sutton for the first eight games of the 2024 NFL season due to an NFL-mandated suspension for violating the personal conduct policy.

The suspension will be without pay and Sutton already has waived his right to appeal the ban.

Sutton was waived by the Detroit Lions in March after a warrant for his aren’t on a felony charge of domestic battery by strangulation.

Sutton surrendered to authorities and entered a pretrial diversion program in April after the charges were reduced from a felony to misdemeanor battery.

His agreement with prosecutors required Sutton to take a mental health evaluation.

The Steelers subsequently signed Sutton though he was looking at being penalized by the NFL.

Sutton started all 17 regular-season games for the Lions in 2023. He had 65 tackles and one interception last season.

Sutton played with the Steelers for the first six seasons of his career before becoming a Lion,

He is eligible to petition for reinstatement Oct. 29.


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Title: NFL suspends Steelers CB Cameron Sutton for eight games
Author: Barry Werner

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