A revised NFL drug policy that the league's players voted to accept Friday may allow several players to have their suspensions relaxed or even vacated.
Among those who could have their penalties overturned are Denver Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker, Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick and Miami Dolphins defensive end Dion Jordan, each of whom was suspended four games this year under the performance-enhancing drug policy after testing positive for a banned amphetamine.
Welker (pictured above) tested positive for amphetamines in May. He appealed the suspension but lost his appeal.
Now his 4-week suspension may be vacated. He should know on Wednesday.