MINNEAPOLIS (AP) The latest dispute between the NFL Players Association and the NFL over the league’s personal conduct policy was aired Friday in federal court, as Adrian Peterson listened to arguments about his suspension that the union is trying to have overturned.”I felt like I got a fair hearing, for once,” the Minnesota Vikings running back said to reporters on his way out.It was more criticism of the disciplinary process that Peterson and the union have derided as arbitrary and unfair since punishment was levied by the NFL after the running back was charged in a child abuse case involving his son. He resolved the case with a plea bargain last year.Peterson did not speak at the hour-long hearing in front of U.S. District Judge David Doty, who has overseen much of the league’s labor matters over the past three decades. Doty took under advisement the NFLPA’s petition to nullify the decision by arbitrator Harold Henderson to reject Peterson’s appeal of the suspension that is in effect through at least April 15.Doty did not provide a timetable for his decision.”I always like good arguments. They make my job harder, but it’s always good,” Doty told the attorneys in attendance.The basis… Read full this story
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