Link Between Mike Neal, Guyer Institute?

This afternoon, the NFL cleared three of the four linebackers mentioned in the now infamous Al-Jazeera America documentary. The one player who has yet to be OK’d by the league is Mike Neal. That could be because Neal’s interview took place later than the talks with James Harrison, Julius Peppers, and Clay Matthews. It’s also possible that the NFL is still investigating the link between Neal and the Guyer Institute. Mike Neal (vertical)

For what it’s worth Neal did have a relationship with people at Guyer Institute, according to Jason Cole of Bleacher Report (on Twitter). The quick resolution for the other three, meanwhile, supports the claim that they did not know anyone at the Indiana-based company (link).

Neal, 29, started a career-high 15 games last season and has posted at least four sacks in each of the past four years. However, he has drawn very little in the way of free agent interest this offseason. A suspension from the NFL would further hurt his chances of continuing his career.

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3 comments on “Link Between Mike Neal, Guyer Institute?

  1. rickcwik

    A lot of Packer players here. Not only the darlings of the officials but also the darlings of the league office. Doubt any Packers get found to be guilty.

    • JoePauer

      Probably because they weren’t actually guilty of anything, not because they’re favored as you seem to imply. It was a BS report that should have never been taken seriously in the first place. It’s not the first time the NFL has wasted resources on an absurd investigation.

      • KYRedSox17

        Rickcwik is a murderer. Arrest him. That post should be enough to get that the NFL.


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