NFL Suspensions | Broncos Randy Gregory, Rams Oday Aboushi

NFL Suspensions | Broncos Randy Gregory, Rams Oday Aboushi

The NFL suspensions initially declared that Denver Mustangs outside linebacker Randy Gregory and Los Angeles Rams hostile lineman Oday Aboushi had been suspended one game without pay for their parts in a postgame battle after their game on Christmas Day. The squabble happened as players met to trade handshakes after the Rams’ 51-14 win at SoFi Arena. The two players pursued, and the NFL suspensions were lifted and diminished to fines on Tuesday. Gregory was fined $50,000 for Gregory and Aboushi was fined $12,000.

“As you were walking toward a group of teammates, coaches, and media, you both stopped and swung at each other’s head and/or neck,” the letter stated.

“Your aggressive conduct could have caused serious injury and clearly does not reflect the high standards of sportsmanship expected of a professional.”

“Dear Broncos country, I would like to thank my amazing teammates, staff, and fans who have supported me throughout this frustrating season. I would like to take this opportunity to sincerely apologize for my actions yesterday. The game was full of emotion and disappointment and was not a reflection of my character. My goal is to finish out this season strong, play with pride and be part of the solution and not the problem going forward. Thank you.”

NFL Suspensions | Broncos Randy Gregory, Rams Oday Aboushi






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