NEW YORK -- National Football League commissioner Roger
Goodell says it is a privilege, not a right, torepresent the N-F-L. With that, he announced today the season-longsuspension of Tennessee's Adam "Pacman" Jones and the eight-game suspension of Cincinnati's Chris Henry.
The suspensions take affect
this coming season.
Jones' off-field conduct has included ten incidents where he was
interviewed by police. The most recent took place in Las Vegas
during the N-B-A All-Star break.
Henry was arrested four times in a 14-month span, resulting in
two benchings by coach Marvin Lewis and a two-game league
suspension. He was one of nine Bengals arrested in nine months.