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The Receiver Donte Stallworth Cleveland Browns Suspended Indefinitely

Written by OGB   
Sunday, 21 June 2009 20:55
Donte Stallworth in Court

The receiver Donte Stallworth Cleveland Browns go 4 weeks to prison, but his punishment is not limited to the legal aspect.

Roger Goodell with a strong arm.

Now Roger Goodell to decide the future of the player, and while Stallworth gets a chance to talk personally with the commissioner and Goodell ruled an indefinite suspension to the player.

Stallworth is serving a sentence of 30 days in prison after suffering a car accident caused by driving in a drunken state and that took the life of a bystander in Miami.

In a letter to Stallworth, Goodell stated that the player's actions caused "irreparable damage".

"The behavior reflected on your statement as the culprit is the result of a tragic loss of life, which is inexcusable," Goodell wrote.

"The justice system and determined the legal consequences of the incident, however, it is my responsibility as commissioner of the NFL to determine the appropriate disciplinary referrals for such shares, which have caused irreparable harm to the victim and his family, to your computer , the players and the NFL. "

Last Updated on Monday, 22 June 2009 21:34
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Marshall Wants to Change Team

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Tuesday, 16 June 2009 18:40
Brandon Marshall - Denver BroncosThe Denver Broncos said they are aware of the radio report of a petition for change of equipment from the stellar receiver Brandon Marshall.

Follow the steps of Cutler.

Marshall's agent, Kennard McGuire, confirmed the report to FOX31 sports television channel in Denver, said that the Broncos try to make the request.

"Yes there was a reunion with Brandon (Marshall) and Mr. (Pat) Bowles. There was a request to change the team. Mr. Bowles said that the administration will do everything possible within its power to fulfill their wishes," said McGuire .

The Broncos have not made any comment to reporters.

Adam Schefter was the first to report in a radio broadcast of the Broncos, KOA in Denver, Marshall requested that a change during the meeting with the owner Pat Bowles.

Marshall, who was absent from work minicampos mandatory training in Denver, did not speak with reporters intentaronn interview with his car while leaving the offices of the Broncos.
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Brett Favre Wanted to Play with Vikings ?

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Wednesday, 10 June 2009 23:12
Brad Childress

Brad Childress, head coach of the Minnesota Vikings, said that his team never put a deadline this week to see if Brett Favre wanted to play with them in 2009.

Childress said that no one program or a table of dates to be adjusted if that Favre decides to come out of retirement to play his 19 professional debut season with the Vikings.

Interviewed by the radio station KFAN Minneapolis, Childress denied a report that was released on ESPN in which he reported that the strategist had sent to say that Favre had to define his status for the 2009 season this week.

Asked about whether there was a deadline to know Favre's decision, Childress was adamant: "Absolutely not-unless it came from Deanna's wife or somebody like Facre-".

"Certainly, (the ultimatum) would not come from me. It is not even a possibility. I do not know where it went, "said Childress.

For his part, Favre has not issued a comment on it during the week even through his agent Bus Cook, who has been sought by the press in recent days without success.

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