Comments:National Football League from United States Senators: zero tolerance on domestic violence

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I agree with the Senators116:17, 17 September 2014

I agree with the Senators

I agree with the Senators. It is time these prma donas stop getting away with crimes. It is also time that all thier "misbehaviors" are stopped being covered up. The NFL has a whole team of "intervention" people who cover up all the troubles these guys get into. It is time that these new "heros" are seen for what they really are. Glorified thugs., 16 September 2014

Well, what if a player is accused of domestic violence and it turns out he didn't even touch anyone? There are women out there who would lie, believe it or not.

So you cut him from the team based on a false police report?

To say that all NFL players are thugs is stupid. Certainly, some of the are, but you can also say that about accountants and lawyers. Some of them do commit domestic violence, believe it or not.

There are over 1800 players currently on NFL rosters or practice squads. Four of them are in the news for domestic violence or child abuse. That is 1/5th of 1%. Somehow that equates to all NFL players being thugs?

Stop watching and reading the news and look at things from other angles.

Feefop (talk)16:17, 17 September 2014