Jabar Gaffney reportedly suspended two games by NFL

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Free-agent wide receiver Jabar Gaffney was suspended two games by the NFL for violating an undisclosed league policy, according to Palm Beach Post reporter Ben Volin.  

Reasons for the suspension are unclear. Gaffney was signed by the Miami Dolphins in early October and released Nov. 21. He spent most of the six-week period battling various injuries.

Gaffney is still eligible to be signed by teams during his suspension, however.

The University of Florida standout was drafted by the Houston Texans in the second round of the 2002 NFL Draft. Gaffney had the best season of his career last year with the Washington Redskins. He then signed with the New England Patriots and was released at the end of training camp before the Dolphins gave him a shot.

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