As we wait to hear if anything more comes out of Tampa Bay cornerback Aqib Talib reportedly being a “person of interest’’ after a March 21 incident in Texas, we’re going to hear plenty about the National Football League’s personal conduct policy.
As previously noted, the labor lockout prevents the league and its teams from taking any disciplinary action or making any roster moves. But commissioner Roger Goodell said last week that any incidents involving players are subject to discipline after the labor situation is resolved.
With that in mind, let’s take a look at the league’s personal conduct policy. It’s very lengthy and we’re not going to run it here. I’ll simply direct you over to this post on our NFL Nation Blog, which contains the entire policy.