Roger Goodell To Hold Off On Discipline For Colts Owner Jim Irsay
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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said he would hold off on discipline for Colts Owner Jim Irsay, who recently was arrested for DUI with prescription pills in his car. Irsay is not at the annual meeting in Orlando, where Goodell was asked yesterday about the owner. The team is represented at the meeting by his daughters and staff members. “Obviously, any policies or any laws that are broken – whether you are commissioner, owner, player or coach – subjects you to discipline,” Goodell said.
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Goodell also told reporters that the NFLPA and league agreed that the three players named in the Ted Wells bullying report – Richie Incognito, John Jerry and Mike Pouncey – would receive medical evaluations before the commissioner decided on any discipline for their role in the case.