“There’s nothing that we can point to and say, you know what, that’s the sign that something was wrong or that he was struggling,” Bondarowicz said. “At the end of the day, he was still an NFL player. Even the theories of financial difficulties, it was not like he was cut from the roster. You still get paid on injured reserve.”
AP Sports Writers Pete Iacobelli and Pat Graham and Associated Press Writers Catherine Tsai and P. Solomon Banda contributed to this story.
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