Peter C. Harvey, a former NJ attorney general, has been appointed by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to hear the appeal of Deshaun Watson’s six-game ban as a quarterback for the Cleveland Browns.
Peter C. Harvey, a former New Jersey attorney general, is chosen by Roger Goodell to hear the appeal of Deshaun Watson.
The NFL is requesting an indefinite ban that would last at least one year. As well as a monetary penalty (which Robinson did not impose on Watson) and treatment for the star quarterback.
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Harvey advised to implement NFL’s Personal Conduct Policy along with workplace policies
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When Harvey will consider the appeal is unknown. The league’s personal conduct rules requires that it completed by them .
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