By Jay Sekulow
The left's outrage over the IRS turns to a plea to 'move on'
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Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones pleaded not guilty Tuesday to an assault charge after police say he hit a woman at a nightclub last week, the latest in a string of legal troubles he's had.
A person familiar with talks in a private meeting with New York officials says the NFL agrees to further review its policies to avoid discrimination and harassment based on sexual orientation.
Consider this a rare example of the NFL not getting its way.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman urged the NFL on Thursday to investigate whether possible draft picks were improperly asked about their sexual orientation during the league's combine, which he said would be illegal in New York.
The National Football League is looking into charges that a potential draftee was asked by a scout about his sexual orientation, a league spokesman confirmed.
Union leader Domonique Foxworth says NFL players don't trust Commissioner Roger Goodell because of the Saints bounty case, in particular.
Ray Lewis is "agitated."
Ray Lewis is "agitated."
Gregg Williams may be a step closer to returning to the NFL after being suspended indefinitely for his role in the Saints' bounty program.
Fans watching NFL games on television have grown accustomed to the imaginary yellow line that runs across the field in accord with the first-down marker.
The NFL is looking into Tom Brady's leg-up slide that hit Ravens safety Ed Reed in the AFC championship game.
League spokesman Greg Aiello says "any play of that nature is routinely reviewed." Brady could be subject to a fine if the league believes he violated any player safety rules.
New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma's defamation lawsuit against NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in connection with the bounty case was dismissed by a federal judge on Thursday.
Even when others were suggesting he drop his case and accept his punishment, Richard Sherman never strayed from his steadfast belief that his four-game suspension would be overturned.
Mark Sanchez is no longer the New York Jets' franchise quarterback.
On Friday, NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said: "The matter is being reviewed under the league's personal conduct policy."
"We are reviewing it under our policies," NFL spokesman Greg Aiello told The Associated Press in an e-mail after Rogers' court appearance.