Scandrick plans two-a-days during ban

IRVING, Texas – When the preseason ends, Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick's second training camp will begin.

Scandrick will be banned from using the team’s facilities during his four-game suspension for violating the NFL’s performance-enhancing drug policy, the result of a positive test for amphetamines from an April night of partying in Mexico, when he used MDMA. The seven-year veteran vows to return in game shape, so he plans to return to his home in Los Angeles and work with the personal trainer he uses during the offseason.

Scandrick said he would go through two-a-day workouts throughout the suspension. He’ll have strength and conditioning sessions each day. He’ll also do defensive back drills and catch tennis balls out of a machine.

“I’m not going to do anything but train and prepare myself to play every day,” Scandrick said. “I’m going to come back ready.”