Washington owner denies allegations
The Washington Post reported additional examples of workplace sexual harassment inside the Washington Football Team organization, along with allegations that owner Dan Snyder was personally involved.
The Post reported a former cheerleader saying Snyder invited her to a hotel room with one of his friends, and that longtime team executive Larry Michael made extra cheerleading videos for the owner showing sensitive material that wasn’t made public. Snyder released a statement denying those specific allegations and saying he was unaware of the incidents until now.
Bengals’ Alexander arrested
Bengals cornerback Mackensie Alexander was jailed on a charge of misdemeanor battery after deputies say he beat up a man shortly after returning to Florida to help search for his missing father.
Alexander, 26, and another man, 28-year-old Evins Clement, were arrested Tuesday night, not long after Alexander arrived back in southwest Florida where he grew up and his family still lives in the small farming community of Immokalee.
Bell upset after being pulled
Le’Veon Bell was pulled out of the Jets’ scrimmage at practice Wednesday as a precaution because coach Adam Gase said the star running back’s hamstrings felt “a little tight.”
An unhappy Bell took to social media shortly after Gase’s video news conference and declared he’s totally fine.
The Giants’ defense took a big hit as rookie safety Xavier McKinney fractured his left foot and linebacker David Mayo suffered a torn meniscus in his left knee.
Colts receiver Parris Campbell was put in the NFL’s concussion protocol after being involved in a minor car accident.