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NFL is reviewing Bradham situation
We take these situations seriously. nfl football betting Online Bingo Play Slots Online in US NFL Lines We dont condone these actions, Whaley said in response to Bradham being ticketed Saturday morning for marijuana possession. Its something thats unfortunate, and well deal with it as it comes.
Bradham was stopped at 2:01 a.m. Saturday along Sheridan Drive in the Town of Tonawanda for a window-tint violation, according to the Tonawanda News. The officer who pulled Bradham over detected a strong scent of marijuana, the report stated, and Bradham eventually produced a bag with the banned substance.
He was issued tickets for marijuana possession and illegal tints on his windows.
Whaley said the case is being reviewed by the NFL as a violation of the leagues personal conduct policy.
Its handled at the league level, he said. Its under review as we speak. Well wait for the ruling from the league, and then after that, everything else we will keep in house.
Whaley did not have a timetable on when that review would be complete, saying it could take anywhere from a week to a month.
Bradham has met with coach Doug Marrone and Paul Lancaster, the teams director of player engagement. Following the leagues review, Whaley will sit down with Bradham personally.
Coach has been preaching accountability. And this is an instance hes going to have to step up and be accountable for his actions, Whaley said. Hopefully it shows to the whole team, anything you do, youre going to be held accountable.
The message is, Hey, when youre in this league, its a privilege. Its not a right. You have to respect the shield, youve got to respect the Buffalo Bills, youve got to respect your teammates, the coaches, the whole organization, so when you step outside of this, youre representing not only the NFL, yourself, your family, but youve got to do it with the utmost respect.
Bradham spoke in measured tones about the situation.
Its a legal issue. It was a mistake on my behalf, he said in an afternoon meeting with reporters at St. John Fisher College. I just dont want to be a distraction. Thats the main thing.
Bradham said he regretted his actions.
Oh, yeah, most definitely. Its a bad decision, he said. There will be some kind of conduct, he continued, acknowledging the likelihood of some kind of disciplinary actions, but well keep that between us and the team as far as that.
Bradham, a second-year linebacker out of Florida State, has started the first two preseason games.
Pretty much just trying to stay focused on what we have going on here at training camp, practice and being focused in meetings and everything, Bradham said. Obviously, I had a matter that happened to me. I mean, I have to abide by the rules. I know that.
The Buffalo Bills continued to trim their roster Tuesday with the release of guard Keith Williams.
A 6-foot-5, 330-pounder, Williams was designated as waived/injured by the team.
A former sixth-round draft pick of the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2011, Williams played in two games for the Bills late last season after spending 13 weeks on the practice squad.
His release means the Bills have 81 players on their active roster. They must get that number down to 75 by 4 p.m. Aug. 27.
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NFL: Giants vs. Jets in New Meadowlands Opener
The first game ever at the new Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, will feature the two teams that will share the stadium in years to come. Although it is just an exhibition game, you can be sure that both the Giants and Jets want to claim the first “bragging rights” in their new home. According to oddsmakers from Sportsbook.com, the Jets have the better chance of doing that, as they are 2.5-point favorites, with an accompanying total set at 33.
Big things are expected of the Jets and second-year QB Mark Sanchez, as they try to build on last season’s unexpected run to the AFC Championship Game.
The Giants and Eli Manning won the Super Bowl just three years ago, and have shown flashes of being the best team in the sport at times over the last two seasons. But they fell apart in the second half of 2009, losing eight of their final 11 games after starting 5-0.
The Jets will be without CB Darrelle Revis who is in the midst of what could turn out to be an extensive holdout, but newcomers to the Jets in 2010, cornerbacks Antonio Cromartie and Kyle Wilson, have been standouts at camp so far.
Sanchez should only play one or two series, while backups Mark Brunell and Kellen Clemens will see the majority of the action for the Jets. Jim Sorgi and Rhett Bomar should play the majority of the game for the Giants after Eli Manning departs.
These two teams have played every preseason since 1969 with the Jets taking the last three meetings. We expect the streak to continue with the Jets superior talent at backup QB (Brunell and Clemens are both former starters).
StatFox points out that the JETS are 13-3 against the spread versus the GIANTS in the preseason since 1993.
Kickoff is set for 8:00 PM ET and live coverage is brought to you by ESPN’s Monday Night Football crew.