Meeting between Alvin Kamara and Roger Goodell over disciplinary issues

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Meeting between Alvin Kamara and Roger Goodell over disciplinary issues

The NFL states in its personal conduct policy that a player does not need to receive a criminal conviction to face suspension.

the corridor of New Orleans Saints, Alvin Kamara met with the commissioner of the NFLRoger Goodell on Wednesday in New York City regarding his potential suspension for his role in a fight outside a Las Vegas nightclub in 2022.

The head coach dennis allen confirmed on Wednesday that Kamara he was in NY for the meeting. He said that he awaits the return of Kamara the team until Friday, since the Saints They have a day off this Thursday.

“I think it shows initiative on the part of Alvin of wanting to get out of this and let his side of the story be known in terms of visiting with the commissioner. So we’ll see what happens,” he said. allen.

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allen said that the Saints and Kamara they felt the meeting was “the right thing to do”.

“We will let the process move forward, and then we will react to whatever decision is made,” he said.

Kamara reached a plea agreement in early July and no longer faces further charges for his role in the fight, which occurred on the eve of the professional bowl in February 2022. Kamara and three men, including the cornerback of the Indianapolis Colts Chris Lammons they initially faced felony charges of assault with substantial bodily harm and a misdemeanor charge of conspiracy to commit assault.

The agreement of Kamara reduced the charges to a better one for disturbing the peace. He was ordered to do 30 hours of community service and pay Darnell Greene Jr., the man injured in the fight, $105,000 for his medical bills.

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The lawyer of Green, Tony Buzbee said on his Instagram account that the other two men also reached a private agreement in July, which included a public apology from Kamara.

allen said earlier this week that Kamara had an argument with the general manager mickey loomis regarding the meeting with the league. The league office has not told the team if Kamara will be suspended.

The NFL states in its personal conduct policy that a player does not need to receive a criminal conviction to face suspension.

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