NEW YORK — The NFL said Wednesday that the tasers used on players at the end of the 2012 season during the NFL’s “Tasselgate” controversy will not be used on any other player.
The league released a statement to the Associated Press saying it is aware of the NFLPA’s request for the tased players to be released and the league will comply.
The NFL has not indicated how long it may take for the decision to be made.
The NFL said it would release information about the process for how the tasees were selected in the future.
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