New Orleans Saints Quarterback Suspended For First Six Games Of 2023 Season
The National Football League has decided to take disciplinary action against a quarterback for the New Orleans Saints.
Jake Haener, a former quarterback for Fresno State who was selected by the Saints in the fourth round of the 2023 NFL Draft.
A suspension that will keep him out of the first six games of the 2023 NFL season.
According to reports, Haener broke the NFL's ban on the use of performance-enhancing substances.
On the Saints' quarterback depth chart, Derek Carr, Jameis Winston, and Taysom Hill are the only players remaining after Taysom Hill's release. In other words, they won't have any problems at all.
Having said that, the Saints have high hopes for Haener and what he may do in the future. During his time at Fresno State University, he was a standout player for the Bulldogs.
During the 2021 season, Haener threw for 4,096 yards, 33 touchdowns, and nine interceptions. His total passing yardage was 4,096.
The Saints will play their first game of the 2023 season on Sunday, September 10, when they take on the Tennessee Titans.
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