Inside the Ravens with Aaron Wilson

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

WHILE THE CAT IS AWAY, WILL THE MICE PLAY?


NEW ORLEANS -- The league isn't enforcing its personal conduct policy during the lockout, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said today during a press conference at the close of the annual league meetings.

NFL spokesman Greg Aiello reiterated after the press conference that the NFL will monitor arrests or any other trouble with the law and then implement its usual code of conduct and punishments following the end of the work stoppage.

Goodell said he believes that it's important for the NFL and the fans that the personal conduct policy be respected.

And Goodell said if a player violated the personal conduct policy he doesn't know how it would apply during the lockout.

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