Wide receiver Jabar Gaffney, who was cut by the Miami Dolphins on Tuesday, was suspended two games by the NFL stemming from a 2010 arrest, USA Today reported Saturday.
Gaffney was charged with a non-violent resisting arrest charge in Miami two years ago and recently finished a diversion program related to the case. Gaffney can be signed by teams during the suspension.
Gaffney was signed by the Dolphins in October and had four receptions in three games played. He missed last week's game with a knee injury.
He was cut by the New England Patriots at the end of training camp. The 11-year pro has also played with the Washington Redskins.