Judge that rejected NFL’s testimony focused on credibility of notes

According to an article posted Nov 28 by Profootballtalk.com, an NBC Sports affiliate, the failure of the NFL to create a clear record of the things said when a player meets with the Commissioner for review of a player’s case under the personal conduct policy means that, if a dispute arises regarding what was said, the facts must be recreated. The article notes that the presiding judge in a recent case describing the facts were not verbatim, resulting in the questioning of the credibility of the notes that were taken.

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