The NFL has decided that questions by teams posed to potential draft picks during February's Scouting Combine were not improper or violated any league rules, according to a report by CBSSports.com. "Our review has not established any specific violations," a league spokesman told CBSSports.com, "but we have made it clear to our clubs what is acceptable when interviewing potential players and other job candidates." A stir was created during the Combine when several prospects were asked questions that some believed were related to their sexual orientation or preferences, including queries such as "Do you like girls?" according to the CBS report. The NFL was roundly criticized by many, including some who believed such questions were against the law. It led to the investigation where numerous team officials and combine prospects were questioned. With Wednesday's announcement, no penalties or fines will be assessed.
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