There's going to be a lot of gray in adhering to a moral code as an NFL owner and there's no such thing as a team that doesn't have some type of code when hiring talent. Ray Rice can tell you about that. But where's the line? I was rooting for Michael Vick and was proud of the Eagles for bringing him back. Don't people deserve a 2nd chance? If the reports are true about Hopkins being traded because of baby mama's, I'd say that that was way across the line. You expect every one of your 20 something players to be in a monogamous relationship? Seems super silly. Are you going to hire a PI to find out if any of your guys gamble, have too many baby mama's, smoke a little weed, etc. etc? That shouldn't be your concern. These are adult human beings that you're hiring and it's not your job as an NFL owner to babysit, it's your job to win football games. As long as they stay out of trouble with the law, it shouldn't concern you as the owner. And even if they've had run in's with the law, you should be able to exercise discretion like in the Michael Vick situation and give people a chance to redeem themselves. You're operating an NFL team, not a church. Judge a player by whether they share your team first attitude, not your morality.