Joseph Randle had about as bad a Wednesday as you can have.
The Dallas Cowboys running back lost his starting gig to Darren McFadden, according to The Dallas Morning News, and bolted from Valley Ranch instead of heading to his scheduled treatment session to meet with people he trusted to clear his head.
ESPN followed that up with a report Thursday morning that Randle is facing a possible multi-game suspension stemming from a February incident in which he reportedly broke a car window in an argument and threatened the mother of his son with a gun with the boy nearby:
Although the call was for a domestic violence with a weapon issue, according to the ESPN report, Randle did not violate the domestic violence policy, according to NFL.com:
Randle has racked up 315 yards and four touchdowns through the first six games of the season.