Mike Freeman’s 10-Point Stance: NFL Teams Still Tone-Deaf to Domestic Abuse

June 29, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The NFL has struggled when it comes to its players and violence against women. Well, here we go again...
1. The NFL Still Doesn't Get It The NFL said it learned. It said it over and over again when it came to accusations of violence against women by its players. 
The league said sexual assault wouldn't be tolerated after Ben Roethlisberger was twice accused of it.
We've learned, teams said. Won't be tolerated, the league claimed.
There was Jameis Winston, accused of sexual assault before becoming the No. 1 pick in 2015. There was Richie Incognito, accused of rubbing a woman's private parts with a golf club. There was Brandon Marshall.
We get it, teams said. We will change, commissioner Roger Goodell claimed.
There was Ray McDonald, accused of rape and domestic assault. There was Pacman Jones.
There was Johnny Manziel, accused of hitting his girlfriend. There was Terrell Suggs. His wife twice filed fo...

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