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The Detroit Lions have a gambling problem. Lions WRs Jameson Williams and Stanley Berryhill were suspended six games for violating the NFL's gambling policy. WR Quintez Cephus and safety C.J. Moore, meanwhile, were suspended indefinitely for betting on NFL games. And to make matters worse, several staff members for the Lions were dismissed in March for violating the league's gambling policy. Lions general manager Brad Holmes released a statement on this messy situation...

"As a result of an NFL investigation, it came to our attention that a few of our players had violated the league's gambling policy," Holmes said. "These players exhibited decision making that is not consistent with our organizational values and violates league rules. We have made the decision to part ways with Quintez and C.J. immediately. We are disappointed by the decision making demonstrated by Stanley and Jameson and will work with both players to ensure they understand the severity of these violations and have clarity on the league rules moving forward."
(The Spun)
Filed Under: NFL
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WhiteMandingo15 months
Then maybe we should get the gambling commercials off of every game if gambling is so bad???
The NFL is the ultimate hypocrisy
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StrikeIndicator15 months
Pete Rose for president
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