Phillips: The NFL seems to be sending a message to Panthers' Eric Reid, and anyone else who might defy it

It was then made clear that the Bengals would rather have criminals on their roster than upstanding citizens, considering 32 Bengals players were arrested between 2000-2011, and a USA Today Sports database shows that the Bengals have 44 player arrests in the last 17 years. That’s more than two players a season, and some of those arrests included domestic abuse and violence toward women. They even draft running back Joe Mixon in 2017 despite video evidence of him punching a woman in the face, fracturing it, while a student at Oklahoma back in 2014

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