Los Angeles Rams defensive end Robert Quinn raised his fist and San Francisco 49ers backup quarterback Colin Kaepernick was among several players who knelt during performances of the U. Last week, the South Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee voted unanimously to recommend a financing proposal for a .9 billion, 65,000-seat stadium in downtown Las Vegas. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said a lot has to happen before any possible relocation.Nostalgia and excitement were the dominant feelings for Rams fans on Sunday afternoon as they watched their team play its first National Football League game at the iconic Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in 37 years.
It's difficult to predict how good Carson Wentz -- and the rest of the Eagles, for that matter -- truly are, but if the young quarterback can come close to repeating his performance, the Bears are a candidate to be on the wrong side of an upset at home.Lamar Jackson is your star, Ohio State might be your new national title favorite, and Alabama’s defense is shaky, but ferocious.So, yes, Week 3 definitely delivered some blowouts, some thrills and a full day of entertainment.These are arrests, charges and citations of NFL players for crimes more serious than common traffic violations.Almost all of the players belonged to an NFL roster at the time of the incident.
In rare cases, a free agent is included only if that player later signs with an NFL team.
The data comes from media reports and public records.
It cannot be considered fully complete because records of some player arrests might not have been found for various reasons, including lack of media coverage or accessible public records.
Many resolutions to these cases also are pending or could not be immediately found.
The database was conceived and created by sports writer Brent Schrotenboer, who can be reached at [email protected]
Will Bunch has worked at the Daily News for 20-plus years and is now senior writer.