By Joel A. Erickson | The Advocate
Veteran wide receiver Josh Huff faces a unique challenge in training camp with the Saints this fall.
Brought in to New Orleans in February to compete for a fringe roster spot as both a pass-catcher and a special teams ace, Huff knows he has to fight tooth and nail for a spot on the 53-man roster.
And he's doing it for a Saints team that knows he won't be available for the first two games. Huff is suspended for the first two games for violating the NFL's substance-abuse policy, a suspension that stems from an arrest in November of 2016 for possession of a handgun and a small amount of marijuana.
All the legal charges were dropped as part of a plea agreement, but Huff still faces discipline from the NFL, although he says he's not worried that his absence for the first two games could cost him a spot. ...
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