Terry MCormick is reporting that the NFL Grand Poobahs are still debating whether or not to suspend Kenny Britt over his slew of legal run-ins from this past off-season. If you don't know what incidents I'm referring to, I have no idea how you ended up at MCM. At issue is whether the league is willing to pick a fight with the recently reformed NFLPA over disciplining players for offenses that occurred during the lockout. Why they don't have a solid answer yet I have no idea, but the team and Britt are still expecting to hear something from the league any day now. I've long said that I have serious doubts over whether the league could win a court appeal of such punishments should the NFLPA decide to challenge them. If you're barring the players from doing their job, and refusing to pay them, I can't see any way should the players be beholden to the league's vague rules of conduct.
Until we hear something official from the league, we're all stuck in the waiting game.