A.C. Leonard suspended two games; two players fined after Week 5
TORONTO — The Canadian Football League announced a suspension and two fines after Week 5 action on Friday.
Saskatchewan Roughriders defensive lineman A.C. Leonard failed to provide a sample for drug testing as outlined in the joint CFL-CFLPA drug policy, which results in an automatic two-game suspension. The suspension will be effective immediately.
Toronto Argonauts linebacker Travis Feeney was fined for a high block on Hamilton Tiger-Cats long snapper Gordon Whyte.
Montreal Alouettes linebacker Jermaine Grace was fined for a blindside block on Ottawa REDBLACKS punter Richie Leone.
As per league policy, the amounts of the player fines were not disclosed.