Roger Goodell defended the NFL's suspension of Ray Rice, saying that domestic violence is "not acceptable" while emphasizing that the length of the ban is "consistent" with other punishments issued by the league.
The Cleveland Browns remain in a wait-and-see mode regarding receiver Josh Gordon, who spent Friday in New York City presenting his appeal to avoid a one-year minimum ban for another positive drug test.
Every once in a while, Walt Coleman will open his email and it will be there waiting for him. Usually from the western half of the United States, someone will find a way to contact him about one of the most infamous calls he's made as an official.
Arizona Cardinals linebacker John Abraham issued an apology for his DUI charge in a statement issued by the team on Friday, marking his first comments since being arrested in June.
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Nick Fairley was sentenced Thursday to a suspended six month jail term and one year probation stemming from a 2012 DUI and reckless driving case, according to Alabama television station WALA.