Tonawanda News — Bradham registered 57 tackles and one fumble recovery for the Bills in his rookie season. He was credited with nine tackles through two preseason games this year.
The Bills held one of their final training camp practices this morning at St. John Fisher College in Rochester. They're scheduled to practice there again Wednesday before returning to One Bills Drive in Orchard Park to finish their preseason schedule.
The National Football League Policy handbook states that a player can be subject to a suspension without pay for four regular season games for a first-time violation of a law related to substances of abuse other than alcohol. The commissioner determines the appropriate punishment for a player who is convicted, the policy states.
Bills Vice President for Communications Scott Berchtold didn't immediately respond to a request for comment and it was unclear whether any disciplinary action by the team has been taken against Bradham.
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