NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Taylor Lewan’s pending four-game suspension will cost him $3,411,766 of his 2019 base salary.

But when the suspension under the NFL’s policy against performance-enhancing substances becomes official, the team will also be able to recoup a share of his signing bonus.LewanRobinson

       (Photo: Lewan and Jon Robinson after practice Friday.)

Per the NFL and NFLPA’s document outlining the policy on performance-enhancing substances: “Players who are suspended pursuant to this Policy shall be required to forfeit any applicable bonus amounts in accordance with Article 4, Section 9 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement.” I outline that below.

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