So why not take a dive in a game if it means your career continues?
Here's the latest athletes to be on the wrong side of the law.
His suspension started immediately, (even though Randle wasn't on an NFL roster) though the incident reported took place nine months earlier.
Also, Chicago Bears OT Tayo Fabuluje was suspended for four games for violating the league's PED policy.
For nearly three years, a subsection of this page was set up to track player suspensions as well, yet it was always "coming soon." Now that page is nonexistent. There is at least one member of these security divisions assigned to each team/city within the league above and beyond the staff located at league headquarters.
They exist to sniff out trouble within their sport prior to it making headlines (or if worse comes to worse, down play any of their athletes indiscretions).
Most players may have gone to college, but most never graduate and need their salary to survive, not knowing much beyond their sport.
He is the 4th player this season do to so (the list includes Twins P Ervin Santana, Braves P Arodys Vizcaino, and Mariners P David Rollins).
They are not in the business of revealing criminal activity, but rather exist to cover it up. THEIR SUCCESSES REMAIN SECRET.11/11/15I really need to keep up with this page.
So, without further ado, Dallas Cowboys RB Joseph Randle was cut, then suspended for four games for violating the league's personal conduct policy.
See if their actions off the field equate to suspicious actions on it.
If you ever visited Pro Football (which sold out to NBC) note that they run their own "Police Blotter" (which used to be called the "Turd Watch") chronicling the arrests of NFL players. DO NOT FORGET: Every major professional sports league has a security division. It's known that at least for the NFL, MLB and NBA, their security divisions are staffed with ex-members of the FBI, CIA, DEA, and Homeland Security.