The declaration does not go into specifics, however, about just what Hargrove knew or did not know about the bounty program in New Orleans, and for that reason it has become a point of contention between the NFL and the NFL Players Association.
Regardless, it’s only fair for the NFL to make the evidence available to Vilma, so that he can defend himself against the charges.
The 6-foot-2, 212-pound Jones becomes the Ravens’ No. 3 wide receiver and could take over punt return duties from cornerback Lardarius Webb. He visited the Ravens on Monday after meeting with the Carolina Panthers last week.
“I think we’re all committed to getting it done now,” Rep. John Kriesel, a stadium supporter said. “Big step here; we have never gotten this far. So, I’m excited where we’re at, but there is still work to be done. We need to get on this now.”
Said Bell of his decision: “In the NFL we’re modern-day gladiators and we sell our soul to the game of football for a price, but what is that price?