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NFL Suspends Former Sooner Eldridge

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Brody Eldridge catches a touchdown pass from Sam Bradford during Oklahoma's game against Oklahoma State in 2008. Brody Eldridge catches a touchdown pass from Sam Bradford during Oklahoma's game against Oklahoma State in 2008.

Former Oklahoma Sooner tight end Brody Eldridge will have to wait a little longer before reuniting on game day with Sam Bradford.

The NFL has suspended the Rams tight end without pay for the first four games of the 2012 regular season for testing positive to performance enhancing drugs.

Eldridge can still participate with the team during preseason practices and games but can't be activated until after their game on September 30th against Seattle.

St. Louis acquired Eldridge on waivers this off-season after spending his first two seasons with the Indianapolis Colts.

The Colts selected Eldridge in the fifth round of the 2010 NFL Draft. In two seasons with Indianapolis, Eldridge recorded 14 catches for 84 yards.

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