Rashard Suspendenhall will be available after this season. He has a lot of physical talent, so I'm sure he'll be a good fit somewhere, anywhere other than where he is now (at home, sitting alone on his couch with his arms folded across his chest, staring up at the corner of the ceiling in the distance, similar to the way he sits alone on the sideline with his arms folded across his chest, staring at the sky). Besides, if he's good enough to make a game-changing play in the Super Bowl, then you really can't go wrong with him. Hell, just look at this picture and tell me that he wasn't born to run. You can't possibly be any more secure with the ball than that, especially if it's radioactive.
As for his suspension, the only problem I have with it is that it sets a dangerous precedent. If the team is going to fine him for not showing up at the stadium this past Sunday, then how many players won't be suspended, 10?