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Broncos Execs To Discuss Discipline After Pair Of DUI Arrests
Published July 15, 2013
SI's Peter King writes the NFL is "noted for giving first-strike (but serious) offenders a path back to their jobs, if they mend their ways and do just what they're supposed to do." King: "That's why firings aren't likely. Rehab and a serious smack on the wrist – for both men – are more likely" (SI.com, 7/15).