It’s no secret that the NFL is struggling to adapt to the new widespread legal sports betting era. There have already been several suspensions that have left players saying they were simply unaware of the restrictions.
On Monday, the NFL released a document that was being used in its league-wide gambling education program. The document claimed that, at their discretion, player agents “have the opportunity to participate in Gambling Policy education training led by NFL Compliance officials.”
But in a turn of events, ProFootballTalk reported that at least prominent agents informed them that the league never officially invited them to participate in the educational classes.