The NFL plans to appeal Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson
six-game suspension for violating the league's personal-conduct policy.
A joint statement by the NFL and NFLPA advanced that Judge Robinson's findings were binding and not appealed.
The Personal Conduct Policy matter of Deshaun Watson resulted in immediate suspension of six games.
The NFL has filed an appeal of a judge's decision to uphold
Commissioner Roger Goodell's conduct regarding the Tom Brady court case.
The NFL Appeals Browns QB Deshaun Watson's Six-Game Suspension
The NFL was successful in proving that Watson violated the Personal Conduct Policy.
This includes conduct that is gender-motivated or sexual assault,
or conduct that poses a genuine danger to the safety and well-being of another person.
Robinson ruled that Watson could only be suspended for one season,
as his actions were similar to those of other players.