According to AZCardinals.com, linebacker Daryl Washington was running with the second-team defense during OTA’s.
Washington worked into practice with the second-team defense Tuesday, replaced on the first unit by recently-acquired Karlos Dansby, the likely choice to fill Washington’s role while he’s suspended the first four games of the season for violating the league’s substance-abuse policy.
For the first time this offseason, Washington addressed his off-the-field issues, which included an arrest on May 3 on two counts of aggravated assault. The case is ongoing. Washington has been working out with the team in voluntary workouts throughout the process.
“I really can’t talk about that right now,” Washington said. “I’m pretty much limited in what I got
to say but I’m going to let my attorney do his job and we’ll go from there.”
I don’t think Washington will lose his job to Dansby, but he has any more run-ins with the law, he may not be playing in the desert much longer.