NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Taylor Lewan was as candid and as accountable as he could be. His goal as he faces a pending four-game NFL suspension for a violation of the policy against performance enhancers is to be transparent.LewanPEDs

He put the news out himself Wednesday as he felt reporters closing in so he could control the initial narrative and did well with it.

He will appeal but has minimal expectations that will have good results.

But the pre-camp press conference on Thursday where he spoke that also featured Mike Vrabel and Jon Robinson didn’t bring a lot of clarity to the issue or what happens from here, particularly beyond Lewan.

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