Report: NFL investigating Jarvis Landry domestic incident

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While Dolphins receiver Jarvis Landry continues to be investigated by authorities regarding an alleged domestic violence incident from earlier this year, the NFL is now doing its own investigation into the matter.

According to Andy Slater of WINZ, the league confirmed they are doing their own research into the incident to determine whether Landry violated the league’s personal conduct policy.

The matter remains under review,” a league spokesman told Slater.

Additionally, the league is reportedly in possession of video of the incident.

Landry says he’s fully cooperated with the investigation and his girlfriend, the alleged victim in the incident, has been uncooperative with authorities and refuted the claims against him.

If there is video of the matter, it should go a long way toward providing a clearer picture of the actual events that occurred. The NFL has shown before they don’t need charges or convictions to impose their own discipline on a player. Whether Landry will be slapped with a suspension remains to to be seen.

27 responses to “Report: NFL investigating Jarvis Landry domestic incident

  1. The NFL investigating every player that is rumored to be in an incident and constantly hammering players outside the justice system, which has a much better process for this, seems like a lose/lose for both the players and the owners. The players lose money, get branded fairly or unfairly abusers, and the owners have pretty much everyone hate them. It seems like they are on pace to get a player from every team.

    Of course if the owners are making a point as they get ready for the next CBA negotiations it makes some sense…

  2. I’ll wait to reserve judgement. I don’t understand how the NFL can act like their main sponsors, alcohol products don’t play a role in DV, or the fights in and around the stadium.

  3. Better hope there’s no evidence so they can give you a suspension for 6 games.

    I would also like to point out that Giants kicker Josh Brown ADMITTED hitting his wife 19 times and got only a single game, because Goodell grovels to his overlords, the Mara family.

  4. Nothing to investigate. Suspend him 6 games immediately. Who cares if it’s true or not, right Roger?

  5. According to the NFL, a mere accusation is now a 6 game suspension, even if she doesn’t cooperate.
    I would imagine there are many fans in South Florida who want the Elliott suspension to be vacated wither they know it or not.

  6. The NFL needs the same process they did with Zeke Elliott. Take a year long investigation and doesn’t matter what the victim has to say and 6 game suspension. Anybody think that’s going to happen ? doubt it, he’ll get 1 game. The NFL’s review of these cases are a joke.

  7. Tylawspick6 is PFT’s biggest patriots crybaby! “The NFL picks on us”. “Goodell is out to get us”.
    Wah, Wah, Wah!
    Quit you’re sniveling, change your diaper, and JUST SHUT UP ALREADY.

  8. Which means Landry will get at least a 6 game suspension. After all, Miami is the Pats only serious competitor in the AFC East, which means Robert “GMO” Kraft–who owns Goodell after all–will get his wish.

  9. This, more than any other comjecture is why the Fins haven’t given Landry an extension.
    Why reward a player under investigation??
    That would look really bad for the organization.
    All other trade rumors etc stem from this investigation.

    Landry has been cooperative.
    His significant other, Estrella Cerqueira, the mother of his child, who was involved has been cooperative.
    She even issued a statement stating she wasn’t the one who called 911, nor was harmed or felt threatened.
    No arrests were made.

    Let due dillegence clear things up and let’s move on from guessing, or implying things.
    That only creates fake news.

  10. thisistheendifyouletit says:
    August 31, 2017 at 5:14 am
    As much as I hate to say this, he should be getting 6. All it takes is an accuser and you are suspended for 6, right?

    there isn’t even an accuser in this case. his girlfriend issued a statement to police saying she was not physically harmed by him. this shouldn’t even be investigated.

  11. derekgorgonstar says:
    August 31, 2017 at 5:21 am
    Better hope there’s no evidence so they can give you a suspension for 6 games.

    I would also like to point out that Giants kicker Josh Brown ADMITTED hitting his wife 19 times and got only a single game, because Goodell grovels to his overlords, the Mara family.

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    Spot on. Like penalizing the Cowboys and Skins IN AN UNCAPPED YEAR for violating the cap. That was driven completely by Mara and that lackey Goodell fell right in line.

  12. fishyinalittledishy says:
    August 31, 2017 at 2:39 pm
    It’s terrible to hear the words NFL INVESTIGATING when one of your star players is involved.
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    It’s terrible to hear those words no matter what player or team it is, since the league always comes to it’s conclusion first then works backwards.

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