More: Roger Goodell signs contract extension as NFL commissioner More: Steelers LB Ryan Shazier returns to Pittsburgh after spinal injury Incredulously, Vincent went on to explain that part of the ...
Vincent’s tweets suggest that they might not be rare for much longer. Ejections and suspensions may become a routine part of the NFL’s crackdown on hits to the head.
For all the chatter about how to handle flagrant acts of violence that taint the NFL game and endanger its participants, let’s not forget one basic piece of the solution. Sure, the league office can ...