From time to time, the league office will initially have no comment on a given topic, until it does. In the case of the pending memorabilia fraud lawsuit involving the Giants and quarterback Eli Manning, the league office still has nothing to say.
“We will decline comment,” NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy told PFT on Friday regarding two specific questions arising from the situation. First, would a civil finding of memorabilia fraud trigger a review under the Personal Conduct Policy? Second, is there any investigation at this point?
While nothing has been proven to this point, those are fair questions, given the plain terms of the policy.
Source: Pro Football Talk