TEMPE Ariz — In the wake of Jonathan Dwyers arr

first_imgTEMPE, Ariz. — In the wake of Jonathan Dwyer’s arrest on charges of domestic violence Wednesday, Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians held a rare Thursday media session to address the situation and take questions from reporters.He spoke extensively about the situation, Dwyer, the team and the issue of domestic violence, generally. Arians opened with a long statement about the situation before taking a series of questions. 0 Comments   Share   Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling “No, no.”As a coach, how do you use your platform to speak about issues like this?“Oh, as strongly as I can to totally tell them how wrong it is. And that this isn’t about being under a microscope in the NFL. This is a serious problem in the nation and around the world. Domestic violence is something that we all have to work on. I’ve been trying to raise money myself here locally to help the children in the system. We have 10,000 kids in our system here in Maricopa County who are either neglected or abused, and we need to help them. Making more awareness — if this bad scar on the NFL, as you want to say, right now makes the rest of the world aware of what’s going on, it’s damn good.”You moved so fast with Jonathan Dwyer; why no action on Daryl Washington?“Totally different set of circumstances. Totally different set of circumstances.”But Washington was convicted…“Yes he was…” Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retireslast_img

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