Former Dallas Cowboys DE David Irving reinstated by NFL from an indefinite suspension

Former Dallas Cowboys defensive end David Irving Was conditionally reinstated by the NFL.

Irving is a free agent and can sign with staff at any given moment. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported earlier that Irving had attracted interest from six teams.

Irving, 27, declared he had been quitting soccer in March 2019, soon following the league suspended him forever for breaking up its substance-abuse coverage for the third time in as many decades. He announced his decision at an Instagram movie where he seemed to be smoking marijuana, stating he had been walking away in the match in a kind of protest because of not being permitted to smoke bud.

However, with players no longer being analyzed for marijuana usage from the new collective bargaining agreement, Irving would like to come back to the NFL.