ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) Bob Quinn regrets something he said as a rookie general manager with the Detroit Lions.
When he was hired a year ago, Quinn told reporters he would have "zero tolerance" for players with a history of domestic violence or dangerous weapons.
He went on to sign tight ends Orson Charles and Andrew Quarles last summer. Charles had been sentenced to a diversion program after being arrested in 2014 for waving a gun at another driver several times during a road-rage incident in Kentucky. Quarles had been sentenced to a year of probation and fined $1,000 for firing a gun in Miami Beach, Florida, in 2015.