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NFL Conduct Policy Seen As Success With 20% Fewer Incidents
Published March 14, 2008
|NFL Feels Goodell's New
Conduct Policy A Success
TAMPERING: In DC, Mark Maske reports Goodell, in a proposal "to crack down on cheating,'' wants the NFL's Competition Committee to look "not only at the large infractions but the comparatively minor violations as well." Goodell, in a two-page memo sent last week to the committee, instructed committee members to "review all of the league's competitive rules, including those that prohibit contact between teams and players under contract to other clubs," a rule that is "generally viewed, it appears, as a no-harm, no-foul arrangement" (WASHINGTON POST, 3/14).