The NFL's Updated Domestic Violence Policy Gets Its First Test
NEW YORK -- When we obtained a letter from Roger Goodell to NFL owners Thursday detailing a host of new measures and penalties dealing with domestic violence, who knew the first test of the new system would come so soon?
Over Labor Day weekend, San Francisco defensive end Ray McDonald was arrested on suspicion of felony domestic assault. McDonald posted bail and spoke briefly as he left the Santa Clara Sheriff's Department.
"I can't say too much, not right now, but the ...
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