Redskins linebacker Reuben Foster was reinstated on Friday by the NFL and placed on Washington’s active roster. The troubled 25-year-old was also fined two game checks.
The NFL says “the evidence did not support a finding that Foster violated the NFL’s Personal Conduct Policy” for an alleged domestic violence incident last November at the 49ers team hotel.
Via NFL Communications:
Today, the NFL notified Reuben Foster of the Washington Redskins that he will be fined two game checks following a review of recent incidents and an assessment of his adherence to obligations arising from previous violations of league policies. Following a thorough investigation, the evidence did not support a finding that Foster violated the NFL’s Personal Conduct Policy in connection with the Tampa incident in November 2018. The NFL has returned Foster to the active roster from the Commissioner Exempt list. He may fully participate in all team activities.
If Foster didn’t violate the personal conduct policy what is he being fined for? Why did the 49ers release him?
And more importantly why is the NFL releasing this news on a Friday? This league is something else.
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