Browns’ Garrett not yet set on appeal hearing for suspension
BEREA, Ohio (AP) Browns star defensive end Myles Garrett has not yet scheduled the appeal for his indefinite NFL suspension for striking Pittsburgh quarterback Mason Rudolph with a helmet. While Garrett's meeting with appeal officers isn't finalized, a league spokesman said Browns defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi will have his one-game ban heard Monday.Ogunjobi was suspended for shoving Rudolph to the ground, escalating a wild brawl between the AFC North rivals that began with Garrett ripping off the QB's helmet, wildly swinging it and connecting with the top of his head. Rudolph was not seriously injured.
The NFL suspended Arizona Cardinals cornerback Josh Shaw for at least all of next season for gambling on NFL games, the league announced Friday. Shaw is on the injured reserve list and has not played in any games this season. The NFL said its investigation found “no evidence indicating any
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Josh Shaw is now on one of the shortest lists in NFL history.
There are only four players who have been suspended for betting on NFL games in the league’s 100 years: Detroit Lions defensive lineman Alex Karras, Green Bay Packers running back Paul Hornung, Baltimore/Indianapolis Colts quarterback Art Schlichter and now Shaw. Shaw, a defensive back for the Arizona Cardinals, was givenafter he bet on NFL games.
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Arizona Cardinals defensive back Josh Shaw has been suspended by the NFL for the rest of this season and all Shaw has the right to appeal his suspension , but he will currently be eligible to apply for Per the NFL ' s official gambling policy released in 2018, league personnel are "prohibited from
Josh Shaw has spent the season on the injured reserve list. The N.F.L. says he bet on games. The league said its investigators found no indication that Shaw used inside information or compromised any One of the league ’ s most prominent gambling -related suspensions involved Art Schlichter, a
If you believe that only four of the tens of thousands of men who have played in the NFL have ever gambled on games, you’re in denial. Shaw was just reckless enough to get caught, or he misinterpreted a Supreme Court ruling on sports gambling if you want to buy that wild excuse.
The NFL, which tried to bury this news on a Friday afternoon after Thanksgiving, can pass this off as one isolated incident that didn’t compromise any games. But it’s a glimpse into one of the league’s biggest fears.
NFL wants to protect the integrity of games
Soon, most people in the United States will be able to bet on sports. In November, Colorado became the 19th state to legalize sports gambling. Others will follow. The landmark 2018 decision by the United States Supreme Court to overturn a federal ban on sports gambling, which allowed states to decide whether to make sports betting legal, made sports gambling more mainstream than ever.
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On Wednesday, Browns defensive end Myles Garrett will have the appeal hearing on his indefinite suspension, resulting from removing the helmet of Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and hitting him in the head with it. Garrett’s best argument comes from the notion that the rules don’t permit an indefinite suspension for on-field misconduct. And that’s apparently [more]On Wednesday, Browns defensive end Myles Garrett will have the appeal hearing on his indefinite suspension, resulting from removing the helmet of Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and hitting him in the head with it.
NEW YORK (AP) — Arizona Cardinals cornerback Josh Shaw has been suspended indefinitely for betting on NFL games on multiple occasions this season, the first time in more than 35 years a player has been banned for gambling . The league announced the suspension on Friday.
Josh Shaw of the Arizona Cardinals will be sitting out the 2020 season because he bet on numerous NFL games this past year. "The continued success of the NFL depends directly on each of us doing everything necessary to safeguard the integrity of the game and the reputations of all who participate
As sports gambling spreads, it puts the NFL in an awkward spot. The league’s stance against gambling has always been laughably behind the times. Many NFL fans like gambling on games. The NFL resisted it forever, though the league floated some trial balloons with gambling-style contests through team sites earlier this season. In January, the NFL announced a partnership with Caesars Entertainment, something that was impossible to imagine even a few years ago. The landscape is changing and the NFL had to adjust.
And in every comment regarding gambling the NFL mentions protecting the integrity of the game. The league did so again in announcing Shaw’s suspension.
"The continued success of the NFL depends directly on each of us doing everything necessary to safeguard the integrity of the game and the reputations of all who participate in the league,” NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement. “At the core of this responsibility is the longstanding principle that betting on NFL games, or on any element of a game, puts at risk the integrity of the game, damages public confidence in the NFL, and is forbidden under all circumstances. If you work in the NFL in any capacity, you may not bet on NFL football."
Larry Ogunjobi’s one-game suspension upheld on appeal
The Browns won’t have defensive end Larry Ogunjobi in the lineup for Sunday’s home game against the Dolphins. That was the expectation once the NFL announced a one-game suspension for Ogunjobi last Friday for shoving Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph to the ground during an altercation at the end of Cleveland’s win last Thursday night. Ogunjobi’s [more]
Cardinals defensive back Josh Shaw has been suspended at least through the 2020 season for betting on NFL games, the league announced Friday. The league investigated the fifth-year pro and did not find any evidence that Shaw used any inside information or that any games were compromised.
Arizona Cardinals cornerback Josh Shaw was suspended through at least the end of the 2020 season for betting on NFL games multiple times this season The league said that there was no evidence that any of Shaw ' s teammates, coaches or players on other teams were aware of Shaw ' s betting activity.
Until now, there was no specific case for conspiracy theorists to cite. The NFL hadn’t had a gambling-related suspension since Schlichter in 1983. Until Shaw, that is.
Sports gambling is easier than ever
Every time officials miss a call, some fans will scream that NFL games are rigged. There’s no evidence of that and it doesn’t make any logical sense, but people believe it anyway. And with the lines being blurred on sports gambling, it will get worse.
Anyone concerned that Shaw’s punishment of a year-long suspension was too harsh isn’t paying enough attention. The NFL opened itself up to skepticism when it allowed the Oakland Raiders move to Las Vegas, and then with the Caesars partnership. All of a sudden the NFL is engaged in the gambling business, and one of its 32 teams is moving to the gambling capital of the United States.
Nearly all players are not going to risk a lucrative career to bet on NFL games when they are clearly told of the rule and the consequences. Shaw, being on injured reserve and reportedly not around the Cardinals since preseason, is about the best possible case for the NFL as these things go. It’s dubious when the NFL says there was “no evidence indicating any inside information was used,” but at least he wasn’t playing in games he bet on. That way the NFL is believable when it says no games were compromised.
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"Wheel of Fortune" contestant Kristen Shaw lost a prize package including a trip to Nashville on a technicality. So Nashville gave her an new one.Shaw, 26, of Bangor, Maine, was a contestant on "Wheel of Fortune" during an episode that was taped back in October. On the show’s second puzzle, she had a chance for an easy win. Nearly ever letter on the board had already been filled in.
The National Football League has suspended Arizona Cardinals defensive back Josh Shaw for betting on games, the league announced early Friday afternoon. Shaw ' s agent, Zeke Sandhu of Elite Athlete Management, did not immediately respond to request for comment about the suspension .
The National Football League suspended Arizona Cardinals' player Josh Shaw "through at least the conclusion of the 2020 season" for betting on NFL games. The NFL added that there was no evidence that any of Shaw ' s teammates, coaches or any other players knew of his alleged gambling .
But it’s a warning shot. The NFL has unprecedented popularity, but a gambling scandal could chip away at that. Shaw is mostly an unknown who isn’t even playing this season because he’s injured. Imagine if this happened with an active quarterback or other star. The NFL can educate and threaten and even cultivate relationships with sportsbooks to keep a close eye on any questionable activity, but they can’t keep every single player from going on his phone and placing a bet on an app, or finding ways to gamble on games in other ways. It’s easier than ever now.
Friday’s news surely wasn’t good for the NFL, but it could have been worse. And that’s the concern as they head into a new era that has made sports gambling and the NFL almost inseparable.
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