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Goodell: Peterson showed 'no meaningful remorse'

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The personal conduct policy of the NFL is back in the media, after the league decided to suspend Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson without pay. Ed Schultz, William Rhoden and Michael Eric Dyson discuss.