Ryan Kerrigin has been released from the team after his one-game suspension.
Kerrigan, who was a third-round pick by Dallas in the 2017 NFL Draft, was suspended for violating the league’s policy on performance enhancing substances and failing to follow team protocol, the team announced on Friday.
Kerrigins suspension ends the Cowboys’ longest suspension of the season.
The Cowboys’ quarterback was the team’s starting quarterback for three games last season before being traded to the Indianapolis Colts on Nov. 14.
Kerigin was suspended three games for failing a test and one game for violating team protocol.
Kerri is expected to return to the team this weekend for practice.
The team said in a statement that it was aware of Kerrigs arrest but had no comment beyond that.