The NFL may fine players who participated in the Pro Football Arm-Wrestling Championship at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino


Posted on the 11th of April 2017

The NFL may fine players who participated in the Pro Football Arm-Wrestling Championship at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino

According to the league manual, the NFL policy prohibits personnel from participating in “advertising or promotional activities” that may be seen as gambling related, or endorsing gambling. This includes promotional appearances at a casino. However, more than 30 professional football players were scheduled to take part in the Pro Football Arm-Wrestling Championship at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas from Wednesday through Sunday. The Pro Football Arm-Wrestling Championship pits some of the strongest football players against each other with a portion of the money raised going to charity. The NFL has identified some of the players that took part in the arm wrestling competition, including; James Harrison, Kenny Stills, Marquette King, NaVorro Bowman and Patrick Chung. They will be issued with fines.

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