The Josh Brown case shows the NFL is still failing on domestic abuse | Les Carpenter

The NFL has no trouble dropping an iron fist on the wrong color shoes or touchdown dances, but it seems unable to punish giant men who hit women

Few American corporations are more equipped to investigate an employee than the NFL. The league and their teams spend heavily to scour the past of every prospect coming out of college, hire private eyes to stalk players in nightclubs, and collect mountains of data on everything from sleep cycles to injury risk. If money is involved, they are relentless in what they seek.

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