NFL, union discuss player conduct policy
(AP) — NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and players’ union chief DeMaurice Smith have agreed to continue discussing changes to the league’s personal conduct policy following a four-hour session in New York on Tuesday.
In an email to player representatives afterward, Smith says he made it clear to the league that the union wants due process.
In other NFL news:
— The Cincinnati Bengals have placed receiver Marvin Jones on the injured reserve list and signed former Browns receiver Greg Little, who hasn’t played since the preseason with Oakland.
— Miami Dolphins running back Knowshon Moreno has been placed on injured reserve with a season-ending knee injury. He hurt his anterior cruciate ligament in the Dolphins’ loss to Green Bay. The Dolphins also reinstated reserve defensive lineman Derrick Shelby from his suspension, which came after he was arrested on misdemeanor charges of resisting arrest and trespassing at a nightclub.
— Denver Broncos linebacker Danny Trevathan’s broken leg will keep him out longer than expected. The Broncos placed Trevathan on recallable injured reserve. That means he won’t be eligible to play until mid-December.
— Police in a Dallas suburb says Cowboys running back Joseph Randle was arrested after taking underwear and cologne from a mall department store without paying. The arrest came a day after one of Randle’s best games since joining Dallas as a fifth-round draft pick out of Oklahoma State last season. He had a 38-yard run and a key tackle on a kickoff in a 30-23 victory over Super Bowl champion Seattle.