Bradley Roby's 2020 season is over.
The former Ohio State cornerback has been suspended for six games – which means he won't play another game this year, barring the unlikely scenario that the Houston Texans actually make the playoffs – after he “unknowingly used a product that was contaminated with a banned substance,” Roby said in a statement on Monday night.
Before the suspension, Roby played in each of the Texans' first 10 games this season, recording 35 total tackles, one interception and seven pass deflections. He also had a fumble recovery in the Texans' 41-25 win over the Detroit Lions, the final game he'll play this year.
Roby, who signed a three-year, $36 million contract with the Texans this offseason, was one of two Texans players to announce a six-game suspension for taking a banned substance on Monday, along with wide receiver Will Fuller.