When it comes to Monday’s placement of Jets linebacker Bryan Thomas in a pre-trial intervention program aimed at resolving charges of domestic assault and drug possession, the NFL tells PFT that the case will be reviewed under both the personal conduct policy and the substance abuse policy.
The Jets, meanwhile, are saying nothing.
“This matter has been addressed by the court and we’re going to respect the privacy of the family,” a Jets spokesman told PFT via email on Monday.
The Jets lack of action may be louder than their lack of words. Thomas, a first-round pick in 2002, becomes a free agent in March. All the Jets have to do at this point in order to move on is, well, nothing.