Team Owners Adopt Code Of Conduct For NFL Players


In the wake of seriously bad publicity over the National Football League’s handling of allegations of domestic abuse, Commissioner Roger Goodell rolled out the league’s new set of policies governing player behavior. He introduced the new guidelines during a meeting in Dallas with the owners of the 32 NFL teams.

Goodell already has imposed a minimum six-game suspension for players suspected of domestic violence and the new guidelines may go a step beyond.

ABC’s Jim Ryan was at the meeting and can provide details on the new rules of conduct.

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