Due to another failed drug test, Dallas Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain is facing a four-game fine…
Dallas Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain has had a disappointing career overall for a player who was selected eighth overall in the 2010 draft by the Oakland Raiders.
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McClain had been cut by the Raiders after three seasons due to an attitude problem.
He even retired for a brief period of time, but the Cowboys decided to give him a chance by trading a sixth-round draft pick to the Baltimore Ravens, which paid off in the 2014 season.
The linebacker helped the Cowboys defense become a respectable unit after being one of the worst of all time in 2013.
However, McClain has experienced yet another setback in his career as he failed a drug test for the third time, and he is facing a four-game fine.
His house in Alabama had also burned down in January due to arson.
It remains to be seen whether the Cowboys will re-sign him since he is set to become an unrestricted free agent on March 10.