Odell Beckham Jr.'s Disciplinary Proceeding Is A Model Of Sports Justice And Efficiency

– Forbes

Sunday, December 20, Odell Beckham, Jr., of the New York Giants was accused of committing on-field unnecessary roughness, on the following day he was suspended for a game by an NFL official subordinate to the Commissioner, two days later Beckham's appeal was denied and December 27,  he served his suspension, after making a voluntary apology for his behavior. There has been remarkably little criticism of this process from any of the stakeholders: the league, the players union and the fans. This is what should happen with every disciplinary proceeding, as contrasted with Deflategate, which will end more than a year after it started, and which has been roundly criticized from numerous angles.

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