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The NFL says it found no evidence any team asked LSU running back Derrius Guice inappropriate questions during interviews at the scouting combine.
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League spokesman Brian McCarthy says Wednesday that "the league conducted a thorough investigation which included a formal review and report from every club that interviewed Mr. Guice during the combine [url=http://www.lionscheapshop.com/cheap-authentic-graham-glasgow-jersey]Graham Glasgow Jersey[/url] , as well as discussions with Mr. Guice, his agent and others. The investigation did not confirm that any club made the reported inquiries."
McCarthy added that the league "used this opportunity to reaffirm our workplace standards and emphasize the importance of fully complying with all requirements of federal and state law. The NFL and each of its member clubs remain fully committed to fair and non-discriminatory employment practices."
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Two years ago, an Atlanta Falcons assistant coach asked an inappropriate question to Ohio State's Eli Apple, who eventually was drafted by the New York Giants. Falcons coach Dan Quinn apologized for the assistant's question.
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Vega began his scouting career as a player personnel intern with the Ravens in 2004.
Baltimore also announced the promotion of Joey Cleary to college and pro scout after he spent three seasons as a player personnel assistant.
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