As if Joseph Randle didn’t have enough going on in his life. Randle, already angry about losing his starting running back job to Darren McFadden, is facing discipline for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy, according to an ESPN.com report.

Randle met with NFL investigators this summer and within the past week, the NFL determined he violated the league’s personal conduct policy, which now will carry consequences. In a best-case scenario, Randle only will be fined. But more likely he will be suspended, quite possibly for multiple games, for a February incident in Wichita, Kansas, where Randle was arrested for unlawful possession of marijuana after police received a call for domestic violence with a weapon after an incident with Randle and the mother of his son.

At the time of the incident, the mother of Randle’s son said the running back broke a car window in an argument and threatened her with a gun with their son nearby. In April, the charges were dropped, but the NFL always gets their say.

On Wednesday, Randle skipped treatment, bolting the Cowboys facility angry over his demotion.

By Glenn Erby

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