No league discipline expected for Crowell-- Tue Jul 12 9:00 am --
Browns RB posts disgusting Intragram picture
Browns running back Isaiah Crowell learned a hard lesson after posting a graphic depiction of a police officer being stabbed in the neck by a hooded man in the aftermath of two black men being fatally shot by officers last week. Crowell, the Browns' starting tailback, quickly deleted the post, which went up Wednesday afternoon on his Instagram account. "The image was inappropriate and insensitive,'' NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said in an email response. "He realized this, took down the post and has since apologized.''(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
FF Today's Take:The apology from Crowell seemed crafted by other sources (agent, team) but regardless, it doesn't appear the Browns will release the running back nor will he suffer any league discipline as a result.