Washington Redskins team president Bruce Allen said he did not believe the NFL would suspend Reuben Foster for his role in domestic violence allegations that caused him to be released from the San Francisco 49ers.
The Redskins claimed Foster three days later, making national headlines in the process. The charges against him were dropped by Florida prosecutors, though the NFL does not rely on legal outcomes to make its disciplinary decisions.
'The league is still finishing their investigation of it," Allen said, adding, "I don't know why we would expect a suspension, but we'll let the league finish up."
Allen said Foster has met the team's standards since arriving and working out in Ashburn.