Goodell thinks five suspensions will stand up in court
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- NFL commissioner Roger Goodell thinks the suspensions of five players for violating the league's anti-doping policy will be upheld in court.
A federal judge asked for more time to make a decision on the suspensions of Minnesota Vikings' Kevin Williams and Pat Williams and New Orleans Saints' Deuce McAllister, Will Smith and Charles Grant. The league originally ruled they would begin serving their four-game suspensions Sunday, but four of those players ended up playing ...
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