NEW YORK (AP) - The NFL has found no ``specific violations'' in questions teams asked college players at February's scouting combine.
Colorado tight end Nick Kasa and other players said they were asked about their sexual orientation, but did not identify by which teams. The NFL's investigation found no such improper questioning.
The issue was discussed at last month's owners meetings and Commissioner Roger Goodell said that if such questions were asked, ``that's unacceptable. We will do things the right way. We will give them that education and that training. I hope that that will solve the problem.''
Although no teams were found to have broken from league policies, the NFL would take action if it receives new information establishing a violation was committed.

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