NFL upholds Odell Beckham’s suspension

UPDATE: Beckham’s suspension has been upheld and he will not play against Minnesota this weekend.

BREAKING: Odell Beckham Jr.'s one-game suspension has been upheld. He will not play against the Vikings on Sunday. pic.twitter.com/61jTGjD41l

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UPDATE: Ron Jaworski is beginning to backtrack on his initial report.

https://twitter.com/jawsespn/status/679764797731160064


 

If there was ever a reason to question the justice system of the NFL, it would certainly be now. There are multiple reports that New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.’s one-game suspension has been overturned by the NFL.

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ESPN’s Ron Jaworski reported the news via Twitter citing multiple sources in New York City.

https://twitter.com/jawsespn/status/679758322443116545

Beckham had been suspended for his vicious, helmet-to-helmet hit on Carolina Panthers’ cornerback Josh Norman last Sunday. This certainly opens up a lot of questions for the NFL, especially after Norman was fined for allegedly threatening Beckham with a bat prior to the game on Sunday.

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