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Bears Cut McDonald After Second Arrest, But Should He Have Been Signed In First Place?Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 26 / 15
Bears DE Ray McDonald's second domestic violence-related arrest in the last nine months prompted the team's "new regime to release him," and the club is now "left to contend with the fallout from their unreciprocated trust in McDonald’s vow to end his legal troubles," according to a front-page...
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