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Isn't There an NFL Rule Against Fraternization?

September 20, 1986

It is disturbing to read in Morning Briefing (Sept. 16) that rival quarterbacks Boomer Esiason of the Bengals and Jim Kelly of the Bills dined together the night before their game. Is there any rule in the NFL against fraternization during the season?

It just does not seem proper for opposing players to socialize with one another--and if the tablecloth shows pencil marks, I'd like my money back.

BILL RETCHIN

La Quinta

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