GlaxoSmithKline IMPACT Awards offer up to £35k to health charities

first_imgUnlike other grants and awards, you do not need to present a new project. The awards are designed to recognise success and achievements for existing work.The deadline for applications for the 2010 awards is 5pm on 25 September 2009.www.kingsfund.org.uk/research/projects/gsk_impact_awards/ About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Tagged with: Funding The GlaxoSmithKline IMPACT Awards are open for entries. Funded by GlaxoSmithKline and managed in partnership with The King’s Fund, they are designed to recognise and reward charities that are doing excellent work to improve people’s health.An overall winner will receive £35,000, nine other winners receive £25,000, and up to ten organisations that are highly commended or runners-up will receive £5,000 or £3,000.The awards are open to registered charities that are at least three years old, working in a health-related field in the UK, with a total annual income between £10,000 and £1 million. Advertisement Howard Lake | 3 July 2009 | Newscenter_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis  19 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis GlaxoSmithKline IMPACT Awards offer up to £35k to health charitieslast_img read more

Time Is A Crucial Facet Of Scheme Under IBC; Resolution Applicant Must Be Fair In Its Dealings: Supreme Court

first_imgTop StoriesTime Is A Crucial Facet Of Scheme Under IBC; Resolution Applicant Must Be Fair In Its Dealings: Supreme Court LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK7 March 2021 10:14 PMShare This – xTime is a crucial facet of the scheme under the IBC, the Supreme Court said while dismissing the appeal filed by a Resolution applicant.In this case, the National Company Law Tribunal [NCLT] allowed the liquidation of the Corporate Debtor to proceed. Upholding this order, the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal [ NCLAT] observed that the applicant had failed to implement the Resolution…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginTime is a crucial facet of the scheme under the IBC, the Supreme Court said while dismissing the appeal filed by a Resolution applicant.In this case, the National Company Law Tribunal [NCLT] allowed the liquidation of the Corporate Debtor to proceed. Upholding this order, the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal [ NCLAT] observed that the applicant had failed to implement the Resolution Plan for a period of over eight months.The applicant had submitted a Resolution Plan for a company by the name of Tecpro Systems Limited which was undergoing the Corporate insolvency Resolution Process.. The Resolution Plan was approved by the Committee of Creditors on 8 March 2019 with a majority of 89.92%. The Resolution Plan was approved by the National Company Law Tribunal on 15 May 2019. The applicant accordingly deposited an amount of Rs 5 Crores in an Escrow Account of the Corporate Debtor. However, the applicant did not fulfil its further obligations, including equity infusion, under the Resolution Plan despite numerous opportunities over a period of six months. On 11 November 2019, the CoC voted, by a majority of 99.28%, for the liquidation of the Corporate Debtor as a result of the failure of the appellant to implement the Resolution Plan.In appeal, the bench comprising Justices DY Chandrachud and MR Shah noted that sufficient opportunities were granted to the applicant earlier during the pendency of the proceedings both before the NCLT and NCLAT. The orders of the NCLT and NCLAT make it abundantly clear that despite the grant of sufficient time, the appellant has not been able to comply with the terms of the Resolution Plan, it said.”Since 9 October 2020, despite the passage of almost five months, the appellant has not been able to deposit an amount of Rs 50 crores. Time is a crucial facet of the scheme under the IBC.. To allow such proceedings to lapse into an indefinite delay will plainly defeat the object of the statute. A good faith effort to resolve a corporate insolvency is a preferred course. However a resolution applicant must be fair in its dealings as well. The appellant has failed to abide by its obligations. In that view of the matter, we see no reason or justification to entertain the Civil Appeal any further”, the bench said while dismissing the appeal.Case: Kridhan Infrastructure Pvt Ltd. vs. Venkatesan Sankaranarayan [CA  3299 of 2020]Coram: Justices DY Chandrachud and MR ShahCounsel: Sr. Adv K.V. Vishwanathan, Sr. Adv Meenakshi AroraCitation: LL 2021 SC 139Click here to Download/Read OrderNext Storylast_img read more

Republic of Korea Navy receives second LST-II landing ship

first_img August 1, 2017 The Republic of Korea Navy received its new landing ship on August 1, according to an announcement from the country’s arms procurement agency DAPA.The Hyundai Heavy Industries-built ship is named ‘Cheon Ja Bong’ and is the second of overall four LST ships to be delivered to the Republic of Korea Navy.Cheon Wang Bong, the lead ship in the class, was delivered in 2014. The new class of ships, also referred to as LST-II ships, will complement the country’s existing Go Jun Bong-class (LST-I) ships.According to DAPA, the new LST-II ships displace 4,500 tons and travel at speeds of up to 23 knots. They are capable of carrying 300 landing troops, three landing craft, two tanks and eight amphibious assault vehicles. The agency added that the ship is capable of operating two helicopters.Cheon Ja Bong started construction in 2013 and was delivered to the navy after completing sea trials. It will now be boarded by its future crew which will prepare to operate the ship once it is commissioned at the end of the year. View post tag: DAPA Authorities Back to overview,Home naval-today Republic of Korea Navy receives second LST-II landing ship ‘Cheon Ja Bong’ View post tag: HHIcenter_img View post tag: ROK Navy View post tag: ROKS Cheon Ja Bong Republic of Korea Navy receives second LST-II landing ship ‘Cheon Ja Bong’ Share this articlelast_img read more

Mike Tyson may die in comeback fight, Whyte warns

first_imgDillian Whyte has blasted “silly” suggestions that Mike Tyson could challenge Tyson Fury for the heavyweight title during his comeback. Promoted ContentBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WaySuper Recognizable Outfits That Actors Wore In The Famous MoviesMost Popular Movies With Sylvester StalloneLaugh, Cry, Or Just Relax With The Best Series Streaming On HBO7 Reasons Why You Aren’t Getting The Tasks DonePortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D Graffiti9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread Art7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black Holes Loading… Iron Mike has been training for the last month as he prepares to fight for the first time in 15 years, revealing his return will only be for charity. And despite the several clips of Tyson rolling back the years on the pads, Whyte fears the reformed Baddest Man on the Planet could “get seriously hurt”. He said: “It’s all good watching someone do a one-minute clip on Instagram. “Getting back in the ring and fighting 12 three-minute rounds… don’t get me wrong he’s probably still got the power to chin a lot of guys, but at that age your mind tells you stuff when your eyes see stuff but your body won’t allow you to do it. “You can think you’ve got it and you’re still this and that and you’re going against these young guys. “We’ve seen it happen time and time again with older guys coming back and fighting for a long time. It’s just like, what’s the point? read also:I can never fight Mike Tyson, says Joshua “You’re a legend, you’re a living legend. Be that and leave it alone. But we don’t know people’s financial situation, what they’re doing or what they’ve been through. “He might just feel like he wants to test himself, but there are easier ways to test yourself than coming back and fighting with these young, hungry guys. “He might get seriously hurt and that’s the biggest worry for me.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 It comes after WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman publicly backed Tyson’s proposed comeback and even said he would support the 53-year-old making a run for Fury’s belt. But Whyte – the current mandatory for the famous green and gold belt – hit back at the boxing chief for irresponsibly encouraging Iron Mike to challenge the reigning champion. He told talkSPORT: “It’s silly. If they can’t sanction a fight with me for three years, why the hell are they going to sanction a fight with a 53-year-old man and a 31-year-old man? “It makes no sense. That’s silly. Mauricio and I are cool, but it’s a very silly thing to say. He shouldn’t be encouraging it. “What if he comes back and dies in the ring? What’s going to happen then? “We’ve already got enough darkness and enough mud thrown on the sport as it is, we don’t need anymore.” Fury, who dethroned former WBC king Deontay Wilder in February, claimed he accepted an offer to box Tyson in an exhibition bout, but admitted talks had not materialised. Mauricio are I are cool, but it’s a very silly thing to say. He shouldn’t be encouraging it. What if he comes back and dies in the ring? What’s going to happen then? Whyte On WBC President Mauricio Sulaiman Backing Mike Tyson’s Comebacklast_img read more

Fantasy Injury Updates: A.J. Green, Stefon Diggs, Sammy Watkins, affecting Week 13 start ’em, sit ’em calls

first_imgMORE WEEK 13 DFS: Values | Stacks | Lineup BuilderKeke Coutee injury newsCoutee once again aggravated a hamstring injury that has bothered him all season last week against the Titans. However, according to Aaron Reiss of The Athletic, Texans head coach Bill O’Brien said that Coutee was “trending toward” being able to playing against the Browns in Week 13. That’s a good sign for his availability, but it’s still tough to recommend trusting him.At this point in the season, Coutee just hasn’t been able to stay on the field because of his consistent issues with his hamstring. He still has upside as a WR3 — and maybe even better in PPR formats — but if you have a healthier option, it may be best to avoid using Coutee until we see him closer to 100 percent. Week 13 Rankings:Quarterback | Running Back | Wide Receiver | Tight End | D/ST | KickerIs A.J. Green playing Week 13?While there was some hope that Green could return to action last week, it looks almost certain that he will suit up this week. According to Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com, Green participated in practice on Wednesday and said that he was “back to play.” That means that Green should be active for the first time since hurting his toe in Week 8.The return of Green will push Tyler Boyd back to his normal role as the No. 2 receiver, and frankly, that should afford the passing attack a chance to succeed with John Ross establishing himself as the No. 3 receiver. In fantasy terms, both Green and Boyd can be started moving forward, though a tougher matchup against the Broncos in Week 13 will put a damper on their respective potentials — especially with Jeff Driskel at QB. For more on their standings this week, check out our Week 13 fantasy WR rankings.WEEK 13 DFS CASH LINEUPS: Yahoo | FanDuel | DraftKingsStefon Diggs injury updateUPDATE: Diggs sat out of Thursday’s practice as well. He will need to get on the field in some capacity on Friday to have a realistic chance of playing this week against the Patriots.According to the Vikings official injury report, Diggs missed practice on Wednesday with a knee injury. He didn’t show any signs of an injury against the Packers last Sunday night, so it’s possible that Diggs could just have a day off as maintenance. That does happen quite a bit at this point in the season, but Diggs’ status should still be monitored, just in case he did suffer an injury that flew under the radar.We’re still expecting Diggs to play this week, as the Vikings are in a race for a playoff berth in the NFC and have a tough matchup against the Patriots. For that reason, he’ll remain in our WR rankings for Week 13.WEEK 13 DFS GPP LINEUPS: Yahoo | FanDuel | DraftKingsIs Sammy Watkins playing Week 13?UPDATE: Watkins missed practice again on Thursday. His chances of playing against the Raiders aren’t look good as a result.According to Nate Taylor of The Athletic, Watkins sat out practice on Wednesday with a right foot injury. This is a discouraging development, as Watkins was expected to be closer to full strength after having a bye week to rest his troublesome foot. Perhaps this is just extra maintenance and the team is playing it safe, but it’s still a bit disappointing not to see him back on the field.Watkins’ status for Week 13 will depend on whether or not he can get on the field later in the week. If he can’t, Chris Conley will be elevated instantly to WR3/FLEX territory in an easy matchup against the Raiders. Definitely consider adding Conley as a streamer if Watkins’ outlook doesn’t improve in the coming days.WEEK 13 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Wide receiver |  Tight endDoug Baldwin injury newsBaldwin missed Seahawks practice on Wednesday with a groin issue that has been plaguing him for the past couple of weeks. Despite the non-participant status on Wednesday, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reported that Seattle head coach Pete Carroll said Baldwin “feels really good.” So, in all likelihood, Wednesday was a planned rest day for the nicked-up veteran.If Baldwin’s status does regress at any point in the week, we’ll have an update for you. But for now, it seems that he is on track to take on the 49ers in Week 13 in what should be a solid matchup for the veteran receiver. MORE WEEK 13: Waiver wire pickups | RB handcuff chartDevin Funchess injury updateAfter missing practice on Wednesday, Funchess returned to practice for the Panthers on Thursday, according to Max Henson of Panthers.com. That’s an improvement for Funchess after he missed all of last week with a back injury. So, it’s looking like he will have at least a chance to play on Sunday against the Bucs.If Funchess can get on the field, he will have a chance to take advantage of a good matchup against the Buccaneers, who have struggled to cover receivers in recent weeks. Of course, it’s possible that Funchess will remain the No. 2 receiver for the Panthers, as D.J. Moore appears to be the top dog in Carolina now, but even still, Funchess should produce WR3 numbers in a favorable matchup. Is A.J. Green playing in Week 13? What about Sammy Watkins? And what’s going on with Stefon Diggs and Doug Baldwin? They both missed practices this week and may be questionable for games this week. There are a lot of injuries at the WR position that will have an impact on fantasy football rankings and start ’em, sit ’em decisions in Week 13, so fantasy owners will have to check for updates and understand the full extent of all these maladies.We’ll continue to provide updates on the latest injury news until this weekend’s kickoffs. For more on banged-up RBs like Melvin Gordon, Kerryon Johnson, Gus Edwards and more, go here; and for more on injured TEs and QBs, including Evan Engram and Mitchell Trubisky, check here. Follow us on Twitter (@SN_Fantasy) for more updates and fantasy football advice.last_img read more

PING Plate joy for Surrey pair

first_img But Jane made sure it was an event to remember with her first hole in one in practice, with a six iron on the 138-yard third hole. “It was a real slam dunk,” she laughed. “We have had a really, really good time.” Karen added: “And we’ll be back!” They travelled to Gainsborough Golf Club with high hopes of winning and pulled it off when they scored 45 points on the Thonock Park course, finishing ahead of Jane Monk and Karen Cook from The Links, Newmarket.  Dave Fanning, marketing director for PING Europe, announced the return of the championship in 2018 and remarked: “It’s 12 years since we came up with the concept of a ladies’ championship which was inclusive of all standards of golfer. Ladies’ golf is at the heart of the Solheim family and we are really keen to support it and see it grow.” PING Plate joy for Surrey pair  The tournament – which is run by England Golf – attracted entries from 16,610 women from 885 clubs and the best qualifying score was 53 points. The top 50 pairs nationwide qualified for tomorrow’s Grand Final, and the next 50 played in today’s Plate Final.  Last year, Tina and Helen, from West Hill Golf Club, qualified for the Grand Final and they decided to renew their partnership for the 2017 competition. They missed out on a Grand Final place on countback but made the most of their Plate Final opportunity. Click here for full scores The remaining prizes were decided on countback after the next four pairs all tied on 40 points.  Third place went to Emily Faldon and Claire Watson of Broke Hill, Kent. Fourth were Anne Armitage and Erica Rigg of Elsham, Lincolnshire; fifth were Eileen McMullan and Lynda Thorpe of Richmond, Yorkshire; and sixth place went to Annie Goodchild and Sue Kreft of Northampton Golf Club. The championship finals also offer the players the chance to visit the PING’s European Custom Fitting Centre and to take part in competitions. Paula Kidby (Kirton Holme, Lincolnshire) and Lynda Thorpe won the putting competition; Gail Parry (Chilwell Manor, Nottinghamshire), Clare Jones (Beeston Fields, Nottinghamshire) and Paula Ferris (Swinton Park, Lancashire) won the ‘hit your yardage’ event.  Surrey golfers Helen Atkinson and Tina Thomas made their dreams come true when they won the Plate Final of the PING women’s fourball betterball tournament by two points.  They travelled to PING’s Gainsborough Golf Club with high hopes of winning and pulled it off when they scored 45 points on the Thonock Park course, finishing ahead of Jane Monk and Karen Cook from The Links, Newmarket.  4 Sep 2017 PING Plate joy for Surrey pair The championship finals also offer the players the chance to visit PING’s European Custom Fitting Centre and to take part in competitions. Paula Kidby (Kirton Holme, Lincolnshire) and Lynda Thorpe won the putting competition; Gail Parry (Chilwell Manor, Nottinghamshire), Clare Jones (Beeston Fields, Nottinghamshire) and Paula Ferris (Swinton Park, Lancashire) won the ‘hit your yardage’ event. Tags: Gainsborough Golf Club, PING, Surrey Dave Fanning, marketing director for PING Europe, announced the return of the championship in 2018 and remarked: “It’s 12 years since we came up with the concept of a ladies’ championship which was inclusive of all standards of golfer. Ladies’ golf is at the heart of the Solheim family and we are really keen to support it and see it grow.”  Dave Fanning, marketing director for PING Europe, announced the return of the championship in 2018 and remarked: “It’s 12 years since we came up with the concept of a ladies’ championship which was inclusive of all standards of golfer. Ladies’ golf is at the heart of the Solheim family and we are really keen to support it and see it grow.”  The tournament – which is run by England Golf – attracted entries from 16,610 women from 885 clubs and the best qualifying score was 53 points. The top 50 pairs nationwide qualified for tomorrow’s Grand Final, and the next 50 played in today’s Plate Final. center_img Helen, who plays off 11, has been a golfer for eight years, while Tina, a 27-handicapper, returned to the game three years ago after an absence of 21 years, stopping when her daughter was born.  Their play dovetailed and they loved the championship experience: “It makes you feel special,” said Helen. “We’re not professionals but the treatment makes you feel like a ‘proper’ golfer.”  The remaining prizes were decided on countback after the next four pairs all tied on 40 points.  Third place went to Emily Faldon and Claire Watson of Broke Hill, Kent. Fourth were Anne Armitage and Erica Rigg of Elsham, Lincolnshire; fifth were Eileen McMullan and Lynda Thorpe of Richmond, Yorkshire; and sixth place went to Annie Goodchild and Sue Kreft of Northampton Golf Club. Runners up Jane Monk and Karen Cook came very close to pulling off a remarkable double – for Jane’s sister, Lynn Lambert, was the 2015 Plate winner with Marcella Tuttle, also from The Links, Newmarket.  Dave Fanning, marketing director for PING Europe, announced the return of the championship in 2018 and remarked: “It’s 12 years since we came up with the concept of a ladies’ championship which was inclusive of all standards of golfer. Ladies’ golf is at the heart of the Solheim family and we are really keen to support it and see it grow.”  Surrey golfers Helen Atkinson and Tina Thomas made their dreams come true when they won the Plate Final of the PING women’s fourball betterball tournament by two points.  But Jane made sure it was an event to remember with her first hole in one in practice, with a six iron on the 138-yard third hole. “It was a real slam dunk,” she laughed. “We have had a really, really good time.” Karen added: “And we’ll be back!” “I’m amazed and very proud,” said Tina, while Helen added: “It means such a lot, especially as we know how hard it is to get through to the final.”  Helen, who plays off 11, has been a golfer for eight years, while Tina, a 27-handicapper, returned to the game three years ago after an absence of 21 years, stopping when her daughter was born.  “I’m amazed and very proud,” said Tina, while Helen added: “It means such a lot, especially as we know how hard it is to get through to the final.”  Runners up Jane Monk and Karen Cook came very close to pulling off a remarkable double – for Jane’s sister, Lynn Lambert, was the 2015 Plate winner with Marcella Tuttle, also from The Links, Newmarket.  Last year, Tina and Helen, from West Hill Golf Club, qualified for the Grand Final and they decided to renew their partnership for the 2017 competition. They missed out on a Grand Final place on countback but made the most of their Plate Final opportunity. Their play dovetailed and they loved the championship experience: “It makes you feel special,” said Helen. “We’re not professionals but the treatment makes you feel like a ‘proper’ golfer.” last_img read more

Richie Incognito, Jonathan Martin, and the NFL’s future

first_imgMiami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito (68) and tackle Jonathan Martin (71) stand on the field during an NFL football practice in Davie, Fla.  (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky, File)(CNN) — Allegations of racial slurs and threats of violence against Dolphins linemate Jonathan Martin have left Pro Bowler Richie Incognito suspended from the Miami Dolphins and sparked widespread chatter about just what kind of behavior is tolerated in the NFL.Here are five key questions about what lies ahead:Will the Dolphins cut Richie Incognito?He’s been suspended “for conduct detrimental to the team.” As for his future, the Dolphins don’t seem poised to make a decision quickly. “We reached out to the NFL to conduct an objective and thorough review,” the team said in a statement. “We will continue to work with the league on this matter.”All eyes are on the NFL probe.Does Jonathan Martin have a future in the NFL?The 24-year-old, who played at Stanford before going pro, left the team last week, during his second season. No matter what the investigation finds, it’s unclear whether he would want to come back.Aside from the alleged threats and racial slurs from Incognito, Martin has rejected parts of the culture of the NFL, according to some reports.Some of Martin’s teammates got up from a lunch table as a joke when Martin sat down last week, infuriating Martin, according to an analyst for FoxSports.com NFL.com called it a “lunch-room prank” that players pulled on whoever was last to arrive with his food.Former Dolphins running back Ricky Williams told CNN the NFL is “like a closed fraternity. It’s really not made for everyone.”Was there hazing, bullying, extortion?Given the allegations and the environment of the NFL, it’s unclear whether Martin was threatened, bullied, hazed, and/or even shaken down for money.The central allegations involve voice mails in which Incognito allegedly used racial slurs and threatened physical violence against Martin. One transcript, published by NFL.com, includes an apparent reference to Martin’s biracial background. In the call, Incognito allegedly referred to Martin as a “half (expletive) piece of (expletive),” and threatened, among other things, “I’ll kill you.”Incognito apparently denied the accusation, tweeting ESPN, which had reported the transcript, “shame on you for attaching my name to false speculation.” The tweet and others were later deleted, according to bleacherreport.com.ESPN reported that Incognito allegedly got Martin to contribute $15,000 to help finance a trip to Las Vegas by a group of Dolphins even though Martin preferred not to travel with them. Martin gave Incognito the money, fearing the consequences if he did not, the report said.How common is this behavior?Time magazine calls the NFL “a naturally twisted workplace.”There is “often a blurry line between hazing and outright abuse,” it says. “When your job is to be a maniac on the field, it shouldn’t be surprising that a player like Incognito, who has a history of anger management and substance abuse issues, could take things too far.”The attention around the Martin-Incognito case shines a light on that blurry line.Former offensive lineman Kyle Turley described a hazing incident in 1998, when he and other Saints rookies ran through a hallway with pillowcases on their heads while teammates punched and kicked them, Time reports.Still, Incognito’s alleged behavior shouldn’t be seen as representative of many players, analysts say.“If the evidence is factual, Dolphins guard Richie Incognito is a racist, a bully and one of the lower forms of life known to man,” writes Sports Illustrated columnist Jim Trotter.And while some NFL players and personnel believe Martin should not have made the issue public, they’re also not defending Incognito, Trotter says.What will the NFL do?This case could rattle the culture of the NFL.It will force the league to establish just what forms of behavior are acceptable, and what’s done to make sure those standards are followed. Who, if anyone, will police players when they stray from what’s allowed? Will coaches be held accountable?Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin “has to bear his share of blame here,” USA Today quotes Sports Illustrated’s Peter King as saying. “The buck stops with him concerning what happens in the locker room … . (T)he coach is ultimately responsible for player behavior getting out of hand.”The NFL Players Association issued a statement saying it expects “that the NFL and its clubs create a safe and professional workplace for all players, and that owners, executives, coaches and players should set the best standards and examples.”As the NFL launches its probe, it could find itself officially informed of numerous other incidents throughout the league. This one case between two men could prove the catalyst for the league to acknowledge and deal with disturbing behavior in its ranks.last_img read more