The N-F-L has suspended Green Bay Packers’ receiver Geronimo Allison for one game, after a conviction for possessing marijuana. The 23-year-old Allison struck a plea deal in late April in which he escaped a criminal record by having his misdemeanor charge reduced to an ordinance violation — but he could not escape punishment from the N-F-L for violating the league’s substance abuse policy. Allison will miss the Packers’ season opener against Seattle at home on September tenth, but he can practice at Training Camp and play in the exhibition games. Allison, a second year pro, was stopped last September for speeding on Interstate 43 in Manitowoc County — and officers later found three marijuana cigars in his vehicle. Allison had 12 catches and two touchdowns in his rookie year, and he’s expected to be Green Bay’s Number four receiver this season behind Jordy Nelson, Randall Cobb, and Davante Adams.