[ESPN.com] Chiefs running back Larry Johnson has been suspended without pay for Week 10, NFL commisioner Roger Goodell ruled Friday.
Johnson will sit out when the Chiefs travel to play the San Diego Chargers on Nov. 9.
Johnson, the NFL said in a statement, had previously violated the NFL Personal Conduct Policy and has since been involved in multiple incidents in which law enforcement was required to intervene.
Johnson also was informed that upon the disposition of two pending law enforcement matters he faces the possibility of additional disciplinary action.
As per NFL suspension policy, Johnson is not permitted on the team’s premises until a week from next Monday.