NFL suspends LJ for 1 game

Troubled Chiefs running back Larry Johnson was suspended by the NFL for one game for violating the league’s personal conduct policy. Johnson will be suspended without pay for the Nov. 9 game against the Chargers in San Diego.

Johnson has been deactivated by the Chiefs for the past two games and also for Sunday’s game against Tampa Bay at Arrowhead Stadium.

“Johnson has previously violated the NFL Personal Conduct Policy and has since been involved in multiple incidents in which law enforcement was required to intervene,’’ the NFL announced in announcing the suspension. “Johnson also was informed that upon the disposition of two pending law enforcement matters he faces the possibility of additional disciplinary action.’’