NFLPA, league to talk conduct
The NFL Players Association and its new executive committee are scheduled to spend the next two days meeting with high-ranking league officials about the importance of player conduct, according to sources.
The meeting is part of the league's increased emphasis on an improved workplace environment in the wake of its investigation into the Miami Dolphins bullying scandal, the sources said.
This also will mark the first formal meeting for new NFLPA president Eric Winston, who was elected last month.
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