NFL reportedly sends letter threatening 'significant discipline' for those who drink alcohol in team rooms on planes

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The NFL delivered a message to all 32 clubs on Friday afternoon outlining its policy on drinking alcohol at team facilities and while travelling.

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Teams who breach this rule going forward risk "severe penalties," according to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.

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The message stated that "in light of recent incidents, clubs are reminded that League policy bans the use of alcoholic drinks, including beer, in the locker rooms,

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practise or office facilities, or while riding on team buses or aircraft, at any time during the preseason."

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This regulation applies to all members of your team, including players, coaches, club employees, and visitors.

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Taylor Heinicke, the quarterback for the Commanders, was photographed earlier this week drinking a beer aboard the team's plane.

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Since his club had just delivered the Eagles their season's opening defeat, the public didn't pay much attention.

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Todd Downing, the offensive coordinator for the Titans, was detained on Friday on suspicion of DUI, albeit the circumstances are different.

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The NFL will certainly have to deal with a lot of fan concerns in regards to this remark.

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However, the league must maintain its reputation.

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It also wants to make sure that everyone watching is seeing its players and coaches set a positive exampl

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