Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chris Henry might know where the NFL draws the line on appropriate conduct better than most -- he's been suspended for a total of 14 games in the last three seasons for violating league policy.
Henry, though, has no beef with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell enforcing the policy with an iron fist. If anything, Henry, who was eventually given a second chance with the Bengals last year after his fifth arrest, says he's learned his lesson through the league's discipline against him.
"Yeah, it helped me," Henry said, according to USA Today. "It helped me focus up, and it made me realize that if I continually wanted to play, I had to do right and be a professional."