NFL, Browns still trying to get help for Johnny Manziel

Johnny Manziel appears to have turned his back on his family and his NFL career, but the league would still like to find a way to help the troubled former Cleveland Browns quarterback.NFL executive vice president of football operations Troy Vincent discussed Manziel’s struggles on Philadelphia 610 Sports’ “Rob Maaddi Show” on Tuesday, saying he’s personally still trying...
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25 days ago  |  Discuss

NFL Notes: Johnny Manziel, PED Investigation & Seahawks

Johnny Manziel NFL executive VP of football operations Troy Vincent mentioned during an interview with 610 Sports in Philadelphia that they’re still trying to help Johnny Manziel. “It’s what you go to bed every night thinking how do you assist someone that’s really not interested or quite frankly doesn’t want to meet you halfway,” Vincent said, via Pro Football Talk...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Troy Vincent: NFL is trying to help Manziel: ‘Forget football’

Johnny Manziel may never play football again, but NFL executive vice president of football operations Troy Vincent says the league is still more than willing to help the former Cleveland Browns quarterback. During a recent interview with “The Rob Maaddi Show” on 610 Sports in Philadelphia, Vincent expressed concern for Manziel. “In this particular case, it’s obvious it’s...
Via Larry Brown Sports
25 days ago  |  Discuss

NFL believes fans aren't educated when it comes to rules

The NFL, after painstakingly studying the grey area known as the catch rule, concluded that there isn’t any room for improvement in the rules themselves and that the lack of understanding comes from just that; the fans lack of understanding for the intricacies of the rule. But do the written rules supersede what the eyes see? That’s what the NFL is trying to tell its fans, and...
Via The Comeback
March 19, 2016  |  Discuss

Massage parlor owned by Troy Vincent sued for sexual assault

Former NFL player and current NFL executive vice president of football operations Troy Vincent, his Essence Salon, his partners and a former employee have been sued by a former client who says she was sexually molested by one of the salon’s masseurs back in 2007. The masseur’s name is Joseph T. Jones Sr., and he was indicted for the incident in question on July 20, 2007 ...
Via Sportsnaut
December 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Patriots staffers could still face Deflategate discipline

The New England Patriots requested last week — in the wake of quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game suspension related to Deflategate being nullified — that two suspended staffers, equipment assistant John Jastremski and officials locker room attendant Jim McNally, both be reinstated. The NFL said the request was “under review,” and new details of that review process emerged...
September 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Colts Executive Has Undeniable Tie To NFL League Office, Troy Vincent

The Deflategate controversy has exposed plenty of connections in the NFL offices to the New York Jets. It turns out there’s also a pretty undeniable tie to the Indianapolis Colts. All along, former New York Jets executive and current NFL exec Mike Kensil has been tied to the investigation. As pointed out Friday, there’s a Colts connection that’s actually...
August 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Troy Vincent did not know that balls could deflate naturally

Roughly six months ago, no casual football fan ever thought about the air pressure inside a football. Most players probably didn’t consider it an important issue, either. And while it would be unreasonable to expect NFL officials to understand all the science behind the inflation level a ball, they have brought much of this on themselves. Which is why people like NFL executive...
Via Larry Brown Sports
August 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Vincent criticizes NFLPA over spending millions on lawsuits

By Vincent Frank NFL executive vice president of football operations Troy Vincent indicated in a recent interview with ESPN that the NFL Players Association is wasting valuable financial resources in challenging his boss, Roger Goodell, in court. “Look at the amount of money being spent on legal fees for a handful of people,” the former NFL defensive back told ESPN. “It’s...
Via Sportsnaut
June 30, 2015  |  Discuss

NFL homecomings geared toward alumni

Not often is the NFL looked at as a family, what with concussion lawsuits and lockouts. Troy Vincent is trying to change that through the league's player engagement initiatives, including its new ''Legends Program'' and a series of homecomings for former players. It's something the former All-Pro cornerback is passionate about. A one-time president of the NFL Players Association...
Via Associated Press
December 24, 2013  |  Discuss

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