“My daughter’s mother and I will continue to co-parent to raise our child in a happy and healthy environment. I would like to thank my family and friends for their continued support throughout this process.”
NFL investigators concluded Tuesday that there is insufficient evidence to support a determination that Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry violated the league’s personal conduct policy, a source told ESPN’s Josina Anderson.
Jarvis Landry won’t face charges for an alleged domestic violence incident earlier this year after the Broward County State Attorney’s Office declined to pursue the case.
The NFL told Landry that its investigation is closed and it will not take action against him for alleged domestic violence reported to police on April 1. Prosecutors declined to pursue charges last month.
On Wednesday, the president once again chastised the NFL on the issue. After the NFL decided not to penalize players who don’t stand for the anthem, President Trump tweeted, “@NFL: Too much talk, not enough action. Stand for the National Anthem.”
Staley is under contract through 2019 at a base-rate of just $4.8 million the next two seasons, which is a bargain rate if he continues his solid play.
With NFL team’s hoarding draft picks like Scrooge McDuck stockpiles gold it’s unlikely someone will ante up the cost it would take to pry Staley from the 49ers, but that shouldn’t stop teams from calling to check.
The convertible, which features Brady’s touches on the company’s Vanquish S Volante model, is limited to just 12 total cars and will cost $359,950 each.
“We started with a blank canvas and finished with a beautiful car,” the New England Patriots quarterback said in a statement. “It’s been great to see it all come to fruition.”