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Josh Brown case underscores NFL’s information-gathering failures

Two years ago, the NFL’s failure to gather all pertinent information in a domestic violence case nearly brought down a Commissioner. Today, the NFL is back in the very same spot, and the only thing missing is a videotape. The league previously justified its decision to deviate from the zero-tolerance, no-excuse, six-game baseline for an incident…
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