Free-agent running back Ahmad Bradshaw, who pleaded no contest to marijuana possession in May, was suspended for one game by the NFL on Monday.
Bradshaw played the past two seasons for the Indianapolis Colts but was released during the offseason. He would have to serve the suspension if he's signed by another team.
The 29-year-old running back, who played for two Super Bowl championship teams with the New York Giants, was charged during a Feb. 5 traffic stop in western Ohio.
Bradshaw scored eight touchdowns and gained 725 total yards in 10 games for the Colts in 2014 before suffering a season-ending fractured fibula.
Bradshaw's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, tweeted Tuesday that his client has been cleared to resume playing after the injury.
Watching Ahmad Bradshaw workout today. Back to full heath and totally cleared!— Drew Rosenhaus (@RosenhausSports) June 23, 2015