It's DV and assault now; back in the 80s the big Browns issue was drugs. In the early 80s Sam Rutigliano set up the "Inner Circle" -- EIGHT players who had pretty severe drug habits. In 1989 Kevin Mack was arrested with Cocaine and convicted. NFL suspended him 3 games. Browns season ticket holder Judge McMonagle sentenced Kevin to six months in early October. He was given shock probation 30 days later and eventually was the decisive factor in the win over the Oilers to get us in the playoffs. The NFL and other sports leagues eventually reduced the drug problem through testing. I think it's going to take a few years until the NFL & the NFLPA sort DV and violence against women out as well. I agree that the criminal and civil courts should have primary responsibility, but signing this guy after seeing the video -- while likely a good football decision -- is not an occasion for unalloyed joy. I'm all for rehabilitation and the opportunity for redemption -- AFTER the wheels of justice have turned and after seeing some genuine remorse. Quite apart from the actual incidents it appears Kareem lied to the team. That also has to be a major concern for the Browns. Having said all that, Dorsey proved that he can be ruthless when necessary (cut Josh Gordon loose) so I'm giving him the benefit of the doubt on this. I DO NOT want to become the Bengals.